Most cancer diagnosed today is sporadic or random. There is no rhyme or reason as to why someone gets it. There is no way to prevent these types of sporadic cancers. The best protection is to find them early when they are the most treatable and curable. This ...Read more →
Now is time for part 2 of my series on revealing at the myths around breast cancer. I will address 9 more areas of misinformation that are circulating around about breast cancer. Cancerous breast lumps don't hurt. Breast cancer can present in the form of ...Read more →
Who would have ever thought that my favorite body part would be the part of my body that would try to kill me? My size 38C/D cup breasts were my prize possession. They were plump, more than a mouthful, had great cleavage and they contained my G spot....Read more →
Adopting the ACS New Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Could Prove Dangerous and even Lethal for Many Women.
As a practicing radiation oncologist and breast cancer survivor, I was shocked at the changes the American Cancer Society made to its breast cancer screening guidelines for women. In case you haven’t seen them yet, here are the new guidelines. The...Read more →
Ever since I turned 40 years old, I have been getting my yearly mammogram because that’s what the guidelines say I should do. Every year I run in and get it and don’t think twice about it. This last time was different. I almost skipped it because ...Read more →