Here are the five things you need to know about the disease that more than 200,000 Americans are diagnosed with every year. 1. The five-year survival rate for the earliest stages of breast cancer is 100 percent. Hearing the word … Continue reading
For years, 2-D mammography has been the standard in breast cancer detection. But a new study suggests that 3-D mammography may be more accurate than traditional scans.
Mara Godby Winter is quick to tell you she didn’t have cancer. The tumor in her mammary gland had cancer, but it’s gone. The cancer journey of this joyful newlywed and new mom began in December 2008 at age 35, … Continue reading
We invite all Eggheads, spouses and friends of St. Vincent Women of Hope to join us for an evening of sampling food cooked on The Big Green Egg, craft beer from Flat12 Bierwerks, music by the Connoisseurs Trio, and shopping … Continue reading
Show your support with a unique and attention-getting piece of jewelry that makes a difference for cancer survivors and their families. The St.Vincent Women’s Health Boutique is now offering a specially designed ribbon necklace and donating of the sales to … Continue reading
Knowing a few simple things about your family history will help you and your healthcare provider decide whether you’re at any higher risk for breast cancer.
Throw on your pink sweats, lace up your sneakers, and join the St.Vincent Health team at this year’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The annual spring event is the biggest single-day fundraiser in Indiana, and 75% of those … Continue reading
Meet Traci Runge, cancer survivor, activist, and one of Super Bowl’s XLVI Faces.
Ears To You gives women with cancer a boost by giving them earrings. Find out more about this great organization and how you can contribute.
There are lots of reasons that you might get asked to return for further testing after you’ve had a mammogram. Very few of them are reason to panic. Here, Julie shows you some of the most common reasons that a radiologist might want another look.