A Revolutionary Approach to Breast Cancer Surgery
Did you know there is a technology the size of a coffee bean that can help breast surgeons more easily detect problematic areas in the breast or lymph nodes? Learn all about RFID tag localization.
I Need A Breast Biopsy… Now What?
Having an annual breast screening test can be stressful. But don't panic. Here are few things to keep in mind if you need a breast biopsy.
I Have Breast Cancer: What Do I Tell My Children?
Telling your kids you have breast cancer adds another difficult step to the mix. What’s the best approach to break the news?
I Have Breast Cancer: What Do I Tell My Coworkers?
For most who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, the need to continue to work is a reality. Here's how to discuss your diagnosis with your core team.
I Have Breast Cancer: What Do I Tell People?
You've just been diagnosed with breast cancer. How do you explain to your concerned loved ones that you need support and not cross-examination or advice?
Breast Cancer Support at Stamford Health
You or a loved one might be facing the risk of breast cancer. You might be wondering where to turn. We offer compassionate support every step of the way.
In Breast Cancer Care, Choose Wisely
It's important to avoid creating unnecessary side effects, but we also never want to undertreat cancer. Use these guidelines when talking with your doctor.
Heart Health Affects Breast Cancer Risk
Did you know that many of the risk factors for heart disease are also risk factors for developing breast cancer? However, the opposite is also true. Things that are good for your heart can help decrease your risk of getting breast cancer.
Thanksgiving Day is National Family History Day
In 2004, the Surgeon General of the United States declared Thanksgiving Day to be National Family History Day. The idea was inspired.
Should You Delay Screening Mammograms Due to the COVID-19 Vaccine?
Dr. Moira O’Riordan of the Stamford Health Breast Center, weighs in on why most women should schedule their routine mammogram before, or several weeks after, their COVID-19 vaccination(s).