Did you know that most breast cancer victims do not have any
relatives with breast cancer or outstanding risks for the
disease? And, did you know that eight out of ten lumps found
in the breast will turn out to be benign? You may be one
of the many women who want to understand as much as possible
about breast cancer, truly educating yourself with the facts
about the disease. On this portion of our website, you will
find current breast cancer research sources to help you learn
all you can!
Many books have now been written about breast cancer and
provide a way to study and learn about the wide range of topics
covering this disease. Some books will lead you through the
process of diagnosis and treatment; others are full of coping
ideas for the patient. Delving into the various medical journals
and deriving scientific information about breast cancer research
may be more of what you want. This next section provides excellent
listings of books and journals where you can start your investigations.
Our extensive listing of websites that offer breast cancer
information follows. It will allow you to access breast cancer
research of many types from any computer with an internet
connection, no matter where you are located or when you want
to search. The list is long and the sites often focus on different
types of information about breast cancer.
All breast cancer research possibilities included here are
meant to be truly helpful to those who may need as much information
as possible about breast cancer for themselves or for help
in supporting someone they love.
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Janet Brown is a medical writer
and graduate of Loyola University New Orleans. Her personal
experiences with breast cancer have drawn her to her current
work developing breast cancer patient education and awareness
materials. She currently lives in Georgia.