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Woman Waiting for Mammogram Results | Breast Cancer Car Donations

What Is a Screening Mammogram? A screening mammogram is performed on women without any symptoms yet of breast cancer. Doctors advise women to undergo the procedure to detect any possible presence of cancerous lumps. The earlier breast cancer is detected, the greater the likelihood of successful treatment.   Preparing for Your Screening Mammogram On the […]

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Doctor Gives Diagnosis to a Woman | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Any Abnormal Growth in the Breast Is a Cause for Concern One of the worst things that any person can hear from their doctor is a breast cancer diagnosis. To make sure that any abnormal growth is caught early, women should make it a habit to visit their doctors regularly for their routine check-ups. Any […]

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Hand Holding Pink Ribbon For Breast Cancer Awareness | Breast Cancer Car Donations

This October, during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s more important than ever for women who are 40 and older to call their doctors and make appointments for their annual mammograms. The reason timing is so important right now might surprise you. COVID made 2020 a difficult year for many people. In addition to losing loved […]

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Slices of Dark Chocolates | Breast Cancer Car Donations

These Delectable Treats Aren’t Just Delicious But Nutritious, Too! If you love chocolate, then you are part of the vast majority of Americans who have a penchant for this delectable treat. According to research from the National Confectioners Association and the Fine Chocolate Industry Association, 90% of Americans enjoy eating mainstream chocolate, with 70% partial to […]

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Surgery for Breast Cancer Patient | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Get to Know the Top 3 Treatments for This Condition Early-stage breast cancer is when cancerous cells are confined within the breast area and haven’t yet spread to the lymph nodes. Since the cancer is still contained in the breast tissue area, it’s easier to treat. Records show nearly 100% long-term recovery rates for patients […]

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Woman Talking to a Doctor | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Don’t Panic! Understand the Signs and Treatment for This Condition Women are always encouraged to conduct breast self-checks and be vigilant against early signs of breast cancer. As women are prone to breast pain and breast lumps especially during their menstrual period, it helps to be aware of conditions to watch out for and seek […]

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Handwashing at Home | Breast Cancer Car Donations

People Fail to Properly Wash Their Hands 97% of the Time People don’t properly wash their hands 97% of the time, with the most common mistake being not washing hands long enough, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says in a recent study. Those who don’t wash their hands properly and the people they come in […]

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Doctor Checks Mammogram Results | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Pandemic Shouldn’t Stop You from Having Your Mammogram A mammogram is an X-ray picture of the breast which doctors use to detect signs of cancer early on. Having a mammogram screening allows doctors to detect the disease in its early stages, sometimes up to three years before it can even be felt by the patient. […]

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Woman Checking for Breast Lumps | Breast Cancer Car Donations

Not All Breast Lumps Are Cancerous It’s only normal for a person who finds a lump in their breast to worry about having cancer. It’s only a matter of time before questions start to flood their minds: “Is this cancer? What happens if it is? What do I do?” However, most of the time, these […]

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Breast Cancer Patient with a Doctor | Breast Cancer Car Donations

It’s Still Treatable but Not Curable When breast cancer is in its advanced stage, it doesn’t usually stay in one place. It spreads to other parts of a patient’s body. The disease is then called metastatic breast cancer. Cancer cells from the patient’s breast area can often spread or “metastasize” to other organs such as […]

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