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New findings could change treatment of breast cancer

When Nadia Miller was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in 2007, she was already familiar with the disease. Two years earlier, the 26-year-old...

New findings could change treatment of breast cancer

When Nadia Miller was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in 2007, she was already familiar with the disease. Two years earlier, the 26-year-old...

Cultural, historical, economic factors drive Black breast-feeding gap

Tahwii Spicer is all about being natural. With the help of a midwife, she had an unmedicated home birth with her son Reece, now...

Cultural, historical, economic factors drive Black breast-feeding gap

Tahwii Spicer is all about being natural. With the help of a midwife, she had an unmedicated home birth with her son Reece, now...

New study explores racial disparities in breast cancer

The fatality rate for women with breast cancer has decreased over the past several decades, but the progress has not been shared equally with...

Family history can increase risk of breast cancer

Pam was only 43 years old when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She says she was disappointed but not surprised. Most women, especially young...

Ask the IU Health Expert: Breast cancer care starts with prevention, detection

When diagnosed with breast cancer, patients have access to IU Health breast care surgeons and experts within 48 hours. Dr. Samilia Obeng-Gyasi, breast surgeon...

Ask the IU Health Expert: Breast cancer care starts with prevention, detection

When diagnosed with breast cancer, patients have access to IU Health breast care surgeons and experts within 48 hours. Dr. Samilia Obeng-Gyasi, breast surgeon...

International think tank on breast cancer prevention offers initial recommendations

From before birth to puberty is a critical window for breast cancer prevention and a time when diet and exercise could have a significant...

Ask the IU Health expert

Roughly 4,000 Hoosier women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year, and about 40 percent – a growing number – of those women will...
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