KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THE 2023 BREAST HEALTH FORUM
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We held our seventh Breast Health Forum, presented by our Main Partner, National Bank, on May 6, 2023. Specialists held lectures, roundtables and workshops on the latest advances in breast cancer research. The Foundation also launched a new free support service. Read on ..read more
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Five frequently asked questions about breast cysts
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11M ago
It is not unusual to have concerns about the presence of breast cysts, or fibrocystic changes, which can cause you anxiety when you observe your breasts. But are breast cysts dangerous, and what should I do if I think I have them? Read ..read more
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Gabrielle Néron-Grondin’s testimonial, diagnosed at age 31
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11M ago
When I tell people what happened to me, they are surprised that I had breast cancer at my age. It all started in the fall of 2020. I felt a pain in my breast and saw that its appearance had changed. It was ..read more
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The importance of healthy and adapted eating habits after a breast cancer diagnosis 
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1y ago
The benefits of a healthy eating are well known for maintaining health and preventing cancer. But what does it mean to eat well after a breast cancer diagnosis? And why is it important ..read more
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The importance of healthy and appropriate eating after a breast cancer diagnosis
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1y ago
The benefits of a healthy diet for maintaining health and preventing cancer are well established. But what does it mean to eat well after a breast cancer diagnosis? And why is it important ..read more
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Breast reconstruction: How do I choose the best option for me?
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1y ago
There are different options and routes to take during the breast cancer journey, depending on your diagnosis, as each situation is unique. Among the different possible treatment plans, a mastectomy may be suggested, which means that a decision about reconstruction will have to ..read more
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Vicky Corriveau's testimonial
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1y ago
There are several options other than breast reconstruction for accepting one’s body after a mastectomy. However, tattooing is never mentioned ..read more
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Metastatic Breast Cancer: The Realities of Stage 4
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1y ago
Metastatic breast cancer occurs when the cancer has spread farther than just the part of the body originally affected by the disease. When this happens, the most common areas where metastases occur are in the bones, brain, liver and lungs ..read more
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Testimony of Kelly La Freniere
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1y ago
In December 2019, my mother was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer ..read more
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Sophie Gagnon Testimonial
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1y ago
BRCA2, Stage 3 breast cancer a year ago, in June 2021 ..read more
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