What does high-grade breast cancer mean?

Answer The National Cancer Institute say the grade of a tumor is based in large part on its structure, growth patterns and degree of abnormality. High-grade tumors tend to grow and multiply more rapidly t... Read More »

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Stage & Grade of Breast Cancer?

Breast cancer is a disease in which the cells in breast tissue group together to form a malignant tumor. The affected cells in the tumor then spread to other areas of the body. The diagnosis of bre... Read More »

Why is it we have breast cancer awareness pins to wear and show support...breast cancer walks?

Typically, it's the big fish that makes the biggest splash.While watching the Oscars, they honoured Jerry Lewis and they said he was responsible for raising $2 billion for MS.$2 billion bucks and I... Read More »

My paternal grandmother died of breast cancer. Does that increase my chances of developing breast cancer?

Breast cancer is common enough that having a grandparent who contracted the disease does not necessarily mean that you have any predisposition to it yourself. Just be vigilant, and you'll be fine.

I have lumps and knots in my breast and sad thing is that the doctor is not believing its breast cancer?

Don't freak out, it's probably just benign cysts. They are very normal in girls going through puberty. But I would DEFINITELY get a second opinion