Whether you're trying to reduce your risk, navigating treatment options or moving on to survivor status, this is what you need to know. October 2017
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Let our experts answer your questions, calm your fears and strengthen your resolve in the fight against a disease that strikes 230,000 American women each year.
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From spotting false negative results to getting coverage from your insurance company, experts answer your most pressing questions (from Facebook, Twitter and e-mail) about this scary disease.
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Treat your friends and family to food, tech and other good finds that benefit a worthwhile cause.
When hundreds of gymnasts compete to raise money for breast cancer, everybody wins.
More than 280,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. This is the story of one survivor and how battling the disease brought her family closer.
Six inspiring women share the stories of how their battles made them stronger and wiser.
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