Breast Health and Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Prevention and Screening
Breasts and Pregnancy
Living With Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Staging
Side Effects of Treatment
There are different tests used to look for and diagnose abnormal changes to the breast. Tests include breast imaging like mammograms and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) that use pictures and biopsies that remove small samples of cells or tissue from the breast.
Lifestyle Changes That May Help Prevent Cancer
Alberta Breast Screening Program
Breast Cancer Screening
Breast Cancer Screening: When Should I Start Having Mammograms?
Computer Aided Detection (CAD) for Mammograms
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the Breast
Open Breast Biopsy: Before Your Surgery
Open Breast Biopsy: What to Expect at Home
Family History and the Risk for Breast or Ovarian Cancer
Breast Cancer (BRCA) Gene Test
Breast Cancer Risk: Should I Have a BRCA Gene Test?
Reducing Cancer Risk When You Are BRCA-Positive
Breast Cancer: What Should I Do if I'm at High Risk?
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