Breast Cancer Awareness
Free mammograms and speakers about breast health were some of the highlights Wednesday at the sixth annual BreastFest in Germantown.
Students at a South Jersey school raised awareness for breast cancer in a unique way on Tuesday.
The new law requires mammogram reports to include information about the density of breast tissue. Dense tissue can make cancer harder to find on a mammogram.
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Bebashi, an organization that provides health information to Philadelphia’s urban community, hosted their third-annual Breast Fest on Wednesday.
Now there is information that breast cancer in young women is a biologically unique disease that requires customized management strategies because it can be extremely aggressive.
“I (heart) boobies” is now protected speech in the Easton Area School District which means two Easton Middle School students – Kayla Martinez, 13, and Brianna Hawk, 13 – are free to wear their breast cancer awareness bracelets to school.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and as you’ve probably seen by all the pink at the games, the NFL is doing everything possible to make us aware.