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Build a Bridge to Fight Breast Cancer

Terry Wilson Grary was interviewed by NBC DFW (Texas Today) to talk about the Bridge Breast Network for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Watch the Video At The Bridge Breast Network they are providing access to diagnostic and other treatments for breast cancer to uninsured and underinsured women.

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Use Amazon Smile to Give Back to the BBN

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Give back to the BBN while doing your shopping on Amazon. For every dollar donated, BBN clients receive nearly 10 times that amount in medical care. Add BBN as your charitable organization by following the steps below: Sign in to amazon.com on your desktop or mobile phone browser. On […]

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A Common Myth About Antiperspirants and Breast Cancer

One common myth or rumor is that antiperspirants and deodorants can cause breast cancer, but there is no evidence of a link between the two. Both the American Cancer Society and National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. provide excellent information on why this is a common myth. Please visit the links below to research the topic […]

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Risk Factors for Breast Cancer Other Than Genetics

There are several risk factors for breast cancer other than genetics. According to the CDC, there are some factors that are in our control such as diet, physical activity, and alcohol consumption. Below is an article from the CDC detailing the factors we cannot and can control. https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/basic_info/risk_factors.htm https://youtu.be/JAVV-Hmp9o8

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Did You Know that there are Different Kinds of Mammograms?

There are different types of mammograms that women get to check for breast cancer. A screening mammogram is a preventative action that can be used to check for breast cancer in women that have no signs or symptoms. A diagnostic mammogram is a mammogram that can check for breast cancer after a lump or other […]

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Breast Cancer Did Not Stop Because of COVID.

According to the American Cancer Society’s estimates for 2022, approximately 287,850 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women and 43,250 women will die from breast cancer. Breast cancer rates in the last few years have been on the rise due to missed screenings during the pandemic. Breast cancer did not stop because […]

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