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The link between soy and breast cancer is becoming clearer.
When cancer strikes, it can change your future forever. I was a teenager when my grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer
One out of every 30 Canadian women who died last year lost her life to breast cancer. Just let that sink in. That is thousands upon thousands of lives. And the number of Canadian women who were diagnosed with breast cancer? One in nine! That's a shocking number. That's an epidemic.
Time to think pink!
Here's the good news: cancer rates in Canada are the lowest they've been in a decade, and death rates from cancer are on
Today, approximately 65 women in Canada will be told they have breast cancer. Tomorrow, 65 more will learn they have the
Women diagnosed with breast cancer in one breast sometimes opt to remove both breasts through a double mastectomy as a preventative
The largest study of its kind to date has shown that three-dimensional imaging finds more breast cancers than traditional
Certain chemicals that are common in everyday life have been shown to cause breast cancer in lab rats and are likely to do