Click the link below Michelle’s devastating journey into breast cancer, through breast density, sensitively told on film. Please share this with your friends and family when you have watched it. Michele, who is featured in the above short film, was diagnosed with Stage 3 Invasive Lobular Carcinoma, a form of breast cancer, in April 2014, despite … More Into breast cancer through breast density
Survival and successful treatment outcomes of breast cancer is so closely linked to tumour size. Early detection is a key component in securing the best possible results for women diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast density is like the wolf in sheep’s clothing. Both tumors and dense breast tissue appear white on a mammogram. A traditional … More Huffington post – breast density “a wolf in sheep’s clothing “
Irish women run the same risks as outlined in this report. Every 10 minutes in the UK someone is diagnosed with breast cancer. That makes a total of 62,000 each year – and the number is growing. Of the 570,000 people living with the disease – and, let’s face it, that is all of us … More Breast Density-the risk factor we are not told about
UNDERSTANDING THE FOUR STAGES OF CANCER Stage 3 usually means the cancer is larger. It may have started to spread into surrounding tissues and there are cancer cells in the lymph nodes in the area. Stage 4 means the cancer has spread from where it started to another body organ. This is also called secondary … More OURS TO HAVE AND OURS TO HOLD
Please, read this, and share it with as many women as you know and love 👭 http://www.beingdense.com shares regular updates on breast density from world medical journals, opinion pieces from America, Canada, Australia and Europe, but today is different. Today it is wonderful to be able to bring your attention to a piece on breast … More IrishTimesLife-Irish women’s health
Read one share one 👭👭👭 Please share this article from the Huffington Post with ALL the important women in your world, because THEY are worth it. Jo Malone, Cath Kidston, Maggie Smith, Olivia Newton-John, Jenni Murray and Kylie Minogue All these women have one thing in common……. to read on click below 👭 After a … More The ‘not-so-pink’ link to Breast cancer
Perhaps breast density information reporting is an issue that BREAST-PREDICT may look into.
What about the risk factor……. It may be a cost factor, but Breast Density is now globally recognised as an independent risk factor for breast cancer and is now also associated with the development of contralateral and Interval breast cancers. We are worth the cost, ask any woman. Please share this post with your sisters, … More Breast density – the cost factor