Breast Health Resources

Breast Health Resources

Breast Health Resources

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Breast Health Resources

The internet is filled with sources for breast cancer.  It is especially important to keep a primary care provider informed about any breast cancer risk factors. Talk to your primary care provider if you have any of these symptoms:

  •  A lump, thickening or change in size or shape of the breast.
  • Redness, peeling, flaking, pitting, or bleeding on the skin of the breast or nipple.
  • An inverted nipple.

Check out these organizations’ websites, when researching breast health resources.  Always remember early detection is key in fighting back.  Early detection is made possible with mammograms.  As they always say, it is important to take the time to be informed about breast cancer symptoms, factors and resources

Finally, there is a local resource to access information, resources, and support for breast cancer treatment. Click here to read more.

Here are some Breast Health Resources links below:

  1. Hurley Breast Cancer Navigator
  2. Bright Pink
  3. National Breast Cancer Foundation
  4. American Cancer Society
  5. Mayo Clinic
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