Fish-Based Omega-3s Better Than Plant-Based For Prevention Of Breast CancerResearchers found that a diet rich in fish-based omega-3 fatty acids was more effective at preventing breast tumor growth than a diet rich in plant-based omega-3s.
New Technology Can Help Detect Breast Cancer In Some WomenFor many women, it is hard to find small cancers on a mammogram, but researchers are testing a new technology that could help.
New Study Reinforces Link Between Birth Control & Breast Cancer RiskBirth control can increase a woman's risk of breast cancer by up to 38%, depending on how long she has taken it, a new study finds.
Slowing Breast Cancer Progression May Improve Quality of Life, Study FindsCertain patients with advanced breast cancer can extend their quality of life by delaying disease progression.
State, Local Police Raise Awareness Of Breast Cancer With 'Pink Patches'Law enforcement officers from over 20 communities across the Commonwealth joined State Police and other public safety agencies at the State House Wednesday to stand against breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Myths - Get the Facts!Learn the facts surrounding six popular breast cancer myths.
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.
Woman Given Breast Cancer Diagnosis Joins Local Coalition Focused On Prevention AwarenessWhen 46-year-old Justine Dymond heard those disturbing words she knew her life would never be the same again.