How Does It Feel? Learning To Recognize Malignant Breast Lumps

In the United States, one in eight women will develop breast cancer throughout her lifetime, and over two thousand men per year are likewise afflicted. This is not only the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women; it’s also one for which the risk increases with age. The older you are, the more likely you are […]

If I Do Self-Exams, Do I Need a Mammogram?

Our self-care routines may not always be perfect, but we strive to do our best by scheduling our annual exam, applying sunscreen, eating well (with a few treat yourself days in between, of course), doing a face mask or two, and looking after our health. Staying informed on our personal healthcare guides our routine and […]

5 Myths About Breast Cancer and the Truth Behind Them

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During this time, individuals and organizations will come together to educate, encourage, and inspire people to grow in their awareness of the problem and the ways in which they can support the breast cancer community. In addition to raising awareness about the importance of self-checks and screenings, this month […]

Welcome to Breast Cancer Awareness Month!

Did you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Dr. Barbie Sullivan is an OBGYN physician at The Woman’s Clinic and has been practicing for 25 years.  She certainly understands the importance of annual exams including mammograms and recently 5 simple words, “We’ve found a little something…” changed everything. In preparation for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, […]