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Breast Cancer Survival on the Rise
October 14, 2005 - Breast cancer research, compiled over the last 30-years, now expects that two thirds of women diagnosed with breast cancer will survive up to 20-years.
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Bra Project Lends its Support to Breast Cancer Awareness
October 17, 2005 - In order to enhance breast cancer awareness and prevention, the Boise State University Womens Center sponsored an event that pays tribute to a certain piece of clothing that enhances womens breasts. The second annual Bra Project drew local artists, students...
Breastfeeding News Stories >>
Bogus Hypothesis on Breastfeeding Finally Put to Rest
October 5, 2005 - The Journal of the National Cancer Institute recently found that adults who were breastfed as infants do not have a higher risk of developing breast cancer. In addition, the report suggests that breastfeeding may actually lower the risk of breast cancer before the menopausal years.
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Breaking Breast Cancer Myths
October 3, 2005 - According to the American Cancer Society, more than 270,000 women are expected to suffer from breast cancer this year. About one third of those women are expected to die.
Breast Surgery News Stories
Add a Nip/Tuck to your Vacation
September 11, 2005 - It seems that Cancun, Tijuana and Acapulco are becoming more than just fun and sun vacation destinations as everyone from housewives to retirees are slipping south for a weeklong vacation drenched with margaritas, a little salsa music and maybe a little tummy tuck.