The Bridge Breast Network
Getting the news of being diagnosed with breast cancer can be one of the hardest moments in your life. Sometimes, we even see patients find that news harder than the actual treatment process. We know and can say that attitude is the little thing that can make a big difference. However, no one said you […]
Whenever you receive any treatment like chemotherapy, it’s best to talk to your doctor about your potential side effects. It can be difficult to remember what you have experience when some effects include fatigue and fogginess. It’s always best to talk to your doctor to adjust your treatment to ease the side effects. They could […]
We are going to share some ways you can exercise whenever suffering with breast cancer. We suggest low impact exercise and luckily there are different kinds you can do! For example, here are some things you can do: walking yoga Pilates tai chi dancing bed and couch movements Here’s some exercising tips as you go […]
We have learned more than 50% of women diagnosed with breast cancer find a breast lump during a breast self exam versus a mammogram, a study published in the Journal of Women’s Health reported. This should tell you how important it is to perform breast-self exams frequently. There are many ways to find how to do […]
All breast cancer is not found by just feeling for a lump. Some breast cancer such as inflammatory is found on the surface of the breast. Other cancers may be detected due to unusual nipple discharge. As a breast cancer organization we must make sure we are providing accurate information. Please review the attached self- […]
FYI Effective June 1, 2019 The Bridge Breast Network office will be closed every Friday!!! Thank you for your continued support.