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It is recommended that women have regular breast cancer screening. Some women, who are more in need of screening than others, may be getting screened less often than they should, research shows.
For some women, working during breast cancer treatment is a necessity. The strategies these women have developed to cope with working during this time may help other women in the same situation.
A diagnosis of breast cancer can bring new worries about survival. It’s possible that a common vitamin may help improve the outlook.
Parents may consider their age when having kids in terms of their own health and vitality as the children grow. But could parental age actually affect the future health of the children, too?
Studies have shown that women with breast cancer who are under age 50 get the most benefit from chemotherapy. But these are the same women who wonder if the treatment will leave them unable to have children.