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'Concealed' Scar Technique for Breast Surgery Promotes Emotional HealingFind out how BIDMC surgeons use an innovative technique for breast cancer surgery that can minimize noticeable scarring.
New Treatments for Lymphedema Available at BIDMCPlastic surgeons at BIDMC are bringing new hope to cancer patients by offering innovative procedures for preventing and treating lymphedema.
Meet Kate: A Cancer Survivor Who Calls BIDMC Docs 'Heroes'Why one BIDMC breast cancer patient likes to refer to her doctors as “quiet heroes.”
Breast Cancer Screening Saves LivesLearn why screening mammography is so important, as well as the differences between 2D and 3D mammography in this Q&A with BIDMC radiologists.
Five Questions You Always Wanted to Ask About Your Breast HealthGet the answers to some common questions about breast cancer from the BreastCare Center at BIDMC.
Healthy Diet Key to Decreasing Breast Cancer RiskLearn how diet can help lower a female's risk of developing the disease by up to 38%.
VIDEO: BreastCare Center at BIDMCLearn about BIDMC’s newly renovated BreastCare Center to see if it’s the right place for you to receive routine and specialized breast care.
Sore Throat: Is it Strep?Is your throat feeling sore or scratchy? Learn when to call your doctor or when to simply take some pain relievers and a cup of hot tea.
The Mystery of FibromyalgiaDoctors still aren’t sure of the true causes of fibromyalgia, which causes pain, fatigue and changes in mood, but they can treat it.
Are You At Risk for Shingles?There’s no mistaking shingles telltale painful rash, but who’s most at risk and can it be prevented?
BIDMC’s Autoinflammatory Disease Center Provides the Answer to Mysterious PainSheila Wilson spent eight months trying to find an answer to her mysterious, halting pain…until she found the Autoinflammatory Disease Center at BIDMC.
All About AnginaWhen the heart does not get the amount of blood it needs, you may feel pain or pressure in the chest called angina. How serious is it and when should you go to the doctor?

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