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You asked and we found a doctor to answer. Here's what Dr. Jocelyn Rapelyea, board certified Diagnostic radiologist & professor at the George Washington University school of medicine & health sciences thinks you need to know about breast cancer screening today.
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New Are You Dense study in JACR shows vast majority of American women want their breast density information and conversations go up between docs and women when notified after mammograms. Read here to learn why you should ask your doc about your density after a mammogram…it just may save your life.
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Celebrating cancer survivors forges hope; for without hope, all is for naught.
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California Women's Voices are Loud & Clear/Keep CA Breast Density Law in Place #SB1034
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Cancer has taught us to embrace life and live it enthusiastically and passionately and with exclamation! But you don’t have to have had breast cancer to live life with an exclamation point, so here are ten exclamation pointers to help explain what it’s all about.
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34 states, encompassing over 84% of American women, now require some level of breast density reporting to a patient after her mammogram.
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For all women, the earlier a breast cancer is detected, the less likely it is to spread to lymph nodes or elsewhere in the body and the easier it is to treat...
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My name is Cheryl Tankersley and this is my story.
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Try out these 5 creative, fashionable ways to tie a head scarf while undergoing chemo-therapy.
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Life can change in an instant, but I hope our story is proof that you can choose to be Unsnappable. Read more about Susan's story here.

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