Breast Cancer Awareness Month

About the Authors: SreyRam Kuy, MD, MHS, FACS Chief Medical Officier, Medicaid, Louisiana Department of Health Who should
And, therefore, it was time for me to tell my story further. To free myself and to let so many others know the highs & lows
My best friend Carrie would've been an awesome mom. Beyond awesome. She was loving, exuberant, brilliant and sassy, and she had just the right dose of crazy mixed in. Maybe a little extra crazy, but in the best ways possible.
October is here once again, and I'm reminded that it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To be aware of breast cancer means that you're mindful and conscious of the possibility of getting this disease, which affects one in eight women.
No patient should be prohibited from or made to feel guilty about having reconstruction surgery after mastectomy, if that
In case you didn't notice the pink billboards all over the highway or the placards at the checkout counter in your local grocery store, it's October and that means it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
There are different approaches to solving this enormous problem. For example, there is research looking for biologic targets
Are you saving the ta-tas this October? How about second base? Maybe you'll put on an "I love boobies" bracelet or a giant boob costume in support the UK's Coppafeel campaign.
Nothing is more important than our health.
I've had a mom, sister, and wife who had breast cancer. I never had a daughter. Victoria (the daughter): "Our tattoos will