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Breast Cancer: It's Not Only a "Woman's Disease"

With breast cancer affecting one in eight women in the United States, it’s clear to see why a pink ribbon was deemed the breast cancer symbol. But should there be a drop of blue in this sea of pink?

The 7 Ways You Can Best Prevent Breast Cancer

Today, breast cancer affects one in eight women — that’s nearly 12 percent of the U.S. population. And unlike many years ago, it’s affecting many more women (roughly 85 percent of new cases) with no family history of the disease.

Breast Cancer Death Rates Continue to Fall, Thanks to Early Detection

The American Cancer Society recently reported that from 1989 to 2015, the number of deaths caused by breast cancer has declined nearly 40 percent. That translates to more than 322,000 averted deaths.

'Tis The Season to Fall Back Into Your Fitness Routine

Working out regularly certainly isn’t easy, but making just a few simple changes to the way you live your everyday life could unlock the key to getting more exercise — no gym membership required!

21 Ways to Stay Positive After a Cancer Diagnosis

In honor of positive thinking day, we’re sharing a few tips from cancer survivors and caretakers on ways to stay positive while fighting cancer.

9 Quotes About Cancer That Will Inspire You

If you know someone battling cancer, pass along some of these famous and inspiring quotes.

The Unusual Signs of Advanced Lung Cancer

Because lung cancer typically presents without any symptoms, it’s incredibly difficult to catch in the early stages without a screening. In fact, many stage one lung cancers are found after a patient requests a chest x-ray for other, unrelated reasons.

The Difference Between Youth and Adult Cancers

Cancer is a disease that’s caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in the body. Though anyone can develop the disease, certain cancers are more common in children than adults, and vice-versa.

5 Signs of Breast Cancer You May Not be Looking For

One of the main signs of breast cancer in women (and many men) is a lump. For years, doctors have urged women to check themselves for lumps, in addition to their regularly scheduled mammograms. But is a lump the only way to detect breast cancer, aside from a mammogram? New studies suggest, no.

What is a Fluoroscopy?

If you were to think of an X-ray as a picture, than a fluoroscopy would be like a movie. Unlike an X-ray, which shows just an image of your body, a fluoroscopy can obtain real-time, moving images of what’s happening inside your body, as it happens.