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Learn about a variety of breast cancer topics through short informative videos.

The signs of breast cancer are not the same for all women. It is important to know how your breasts normally look and feel. If you notice any change, see a health care provider.

Your Guide to Breast Self-Awareness:

Regular screening tests can reduce your chance of dying from breast cancer. Screening tests can find breast cancer early – when the chances of survival are highest.

Breast cancer is often first suspected when a lump or a change in the breast is found. Or perhaps, an abnormal area was seen on your mammogram. Most of the time, these findings don’t turn out to be cancer. But the only way to know for sure is through follow-up tests. We offer several materials to help guide you through the journey ahead.

  • Breast Cancer Path to Treatment View Video
  • Knowledge is Power: Pathology Reports View Video
  • The Role of Genetic, Genomic and Tumor Profiling Tests View Video

The goal of treating early and locally advanced breast cancer is to get rid of the cancer and keep it from coming back. Treatment for early breast cancer includes some combination of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy and targeted therapy. These treatments are designed to remove the cancer from the breast and destroy any cancer that might still be in the body.

  • Biosimilars: What They Are and What You Need to Know View Video
  • Biosimilars: Are Biosimilars as Safe and Effective as the Original Biologic? View Video
  • Biosimilars: How Will Biosimilars Affect Treatment for Breast Cancer? View Video
  • HER2-Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancer View Video
  • Learn All About Clinical Trials View Video
  • The Importance of Clinical Trials View Video
  • Patient Perspective: Clinical Trials View Video

Metastatic breast cancer is the most advanced stage of breast cancer. A diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer is devastating. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed and scared. Although metastatic breast cancer is not curable today, it can be treated. Treatment focuses on length and quality of life. As treatment continues to improve, so does survival. Today, some people may live many years with metastatic breast cancer. 

There are a lot of things to consider during and after treatment. No matter where you are in your treatment, listen to your body and have regular follow-up visits with your doctor.

  • A Survivor’s Story: How Regina found her breast cancer (English/American Sign Language) View Video
  • A Survivor’s Story: In Treatment and into a Clinical Trial (English/American Sign Language) View Video
  • A Survivor’s Story: Financial Concerns (English/American Sign Language) View Video
  • A Survivor’s Story: Know What’s Normal for You (English/American Sign Language) View Video
  • A Survivor’s Story: In the Eyes of a Co-Survivor (English/American Sign Language) View Video


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Updated June 20, 2023


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