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See Your Genes in a Whole New Light!

Time Magazine has awarded this as the 2008 Invention of the Year. This genetics kit for $399 allows you to see your health, traits, and ancestry. This could be very useful to find out if breast cancer runs in your family. It is crucial to learn more about your genetics and family history.

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What You Need to Know About Breast Cancer

This National Cancer Institute (NCI) website covers the possible causes, screening, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and supportive care. You will also find ideas about how to cope with the disease. Also en espanol.

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Breast Cancer Risk Calculator

Created by Steven B. Halls, MD. Estimate your breast cancer risk by answering questions such as: age, race, the number of breast biopsies you've had, the age you began menstrual cycles. Uses the Gail model, and is a slightly less-than-perfect emulation of the NCI's Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Tool, but with the benefit of additional risk modifier questions added.

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Breast Cancer Symptoms

Non-profit organization for breast cancer education provides info on prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Includes tests you may need to have done to confirm the diagnosis.

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Wikipedia Entry on Breast Cancer

Extensive information is given about breast cancer including signs and symptoms of breast cancer, how breast cancer is diagnosed, screening for breast cancer, treatments, and much more. Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia that is written collaboratively by volunteers.

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Detailed Breast Cancer Guide

American Cancer Society's in-depth informative resource on Breast Cancer. Topics include the causes, risk factors, early detection, treatments, talking with your doctor, and much more.

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Not Just About Cancer – A Personal Blog by Laurie

A blog about being 41, having two kids and living with metastatic breast cancer. It's about living well, defying the odds and writing it down so I don't forget.

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Ten Important Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Breast Cancer

Going to the doctor can be intimidating. You might feel rushed and forget to ask questions that are important. It's always a good idea to know what to ask beforehand and to take notes when with the doctor. Here are some questions you might want to ask about breast cancer.

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Caring4Cancer – Your Complete Source for Knowledge and Support

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. It will account for an estimated 26 percent of all cancer diagnosed in women in 2008, according to the American Cancer Society. Understanding the basics of cancer can give you confidence and help you feel more in control.

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Breast Cancer Blog

Personal blog written by Kathy-Ellen Kups who has survived breast cancer after completing treatment that included surgery and chemotherapy.

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