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Breast Cancer 101 – What You Should Know
2012-11-17 09:03:52

Connie K. Ho for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online What is breast cancer? The National institute of Health (NIH) describes breast cancer as a cancer that begins in the breast´s tissue. Ductal carcinoma and lobular carcinoma are the two main types of cancer, affecting the part of the breast that moves the milk from the breast to the nipple or the portion of the breast that produces milk. Apart from understanding the areas in which breast cancer affects, it´s...

2010-09-30 11:37:00

HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Commission for Women today turned the state Capitol's Veterans War Memorial Fountain hot pink to highlight October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. "This pink fountain is truly a spectacle, but our goal is a serious one: by raising awareness of breast cancer, we can save lives," said Leslie Stiles, executive director of the Pennsylvania Commission for Women. "We hope that the pink fountain will serve as a reminder for...

2008-07-04 15:00:41

DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I am a 38-year-old woman. Since my early 20s, my breasts have leaked milk. If I apply pressure to my breasts, a few drops of milk appear. It is still going on, and I gave birth to my last child seven years ago. Is this normal? I have been to a number of doctors, none of whom have given me a definite reason for this. Can you shed some light on my problem? - G.R. ANSWER: Nipple discharge, whether bloody, milky or watery, turns a woman's thoughts to cancer. Cancer isn't high...

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