1. Ivy Beauty Partners with National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.  happi.com
  2. Thousands of breast cancer screenings in Hamilton and area skipped amid COVID pandemic  Globalnews.ca
  3. Pandemic causes delays in cancer screening and treatment  CTV News Atlantic
  4. National health system characteristics, breast cancer stage at diagnosis, and breast cancer mortality: a population-based analysis  The Lancet
  5. New study shows how many women over 40 develop breast cancer  CBS46 Atlanta
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Hamilton Health Sciences says screenings essentially shut down amid the first wave of the pandemic but returned in July 2020. Hamilton Health Sciences says screenings essentially shut down amid the first wave of the pandemic but returned in July 2020. 

Thousands of breast cancer screenings in Hamilton and area skipped amid COVID pandemic - Hamilton | Globalnews.ca

Hamilton Health Sciences says screenings essentially shut down amid the first wave of the pandemic but returned in July 2020. 

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BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- Three iconic buildings will be illuminated on October 13th in honor of National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Something made official around the county, and signed into an official day in the Southern Tier by Senator Akshar. Local #LightUpMBC ambassador Andrea Hankey who lives with the disease herself says she would like

3 Binghamton-area buildings will be lit different colors for breast cancer awareness

The earliest symptoms of breast cancer are often better felt than seenThe earliest symptoms of breast cancer are often better felt than seen

Signs and symptoms of breast cancer, besides the lump | Lifestyle News,The Indian Express

The model appeared on GMB to discuss the importance of women checking their breasts for cancer.The model appeared on GMB to discuss the importance of women checking their breasts for cancer.

Elizabeth Hurley urges women to check their breasts for cancer, reveals she helped save friends' lives

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PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Many people are aware of common side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine such as fever, fatigue, and muscle aches, but another possible reaction may impact your mammogram - swollen lymph nodes. Doctors say after a vaccine shot to the arm, lymph nodes in the armpit area can sometimes swell as the immune system is activated and builds an army of antibodies.PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Many people are aware of common side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine such as fever, fatigue, and muscle aches, but another possible reaction may impact your mammogram - swollen lymph nodes. Doctors say after a vaccine shot to the arm, lymph nodes in the armpit area can sometimes swell as the immune system is activated and builds an army of antibodies.

Enlarged lymph nodes after COVID vaccination may cause false mammogram reading | WEAR

Enlarged lymph nodes after COVID vaccination may cause false mammogram reading

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Harrowing warning from the Breast Cancer Foundation.Harrowing warning from the Breast Cancer Foundation.

Covid 19 coronavirus Delta outbreak: Missing women - 133 don't know they have potentially deadly breast cancer - NZ Herald

At the beginning of the covid19 pandemic in March 2020 there was a drop in cancer screening, reports chairperson of the Trinidad and Tobago Cancer Society Dr Asante Le Blanc. However, after the first lockdown, the organisation promoted screening despite the pandemic, encouraging people not to delay “because cancer is not going to wait on … Continue reading Cancer Society chairperson: Get screened, cancer won’t wait on covid

Cancer Society chairperson: Get screened, cancer won’t wait on covid

With a proclamation signed on October 8, 2021, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle made October 13th, Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. With a proclamation signed on October 8, 2021, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle made October 13th, Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day.

October 13th proclaimed Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day in Hunstville | WHNT.com

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Pfizer and Friends of Cancer Patients join hands in second phase of cancer campaignPfizer and Friends of Cancer Patients join hands in second phase of cancer campaign

Campaign to ‘Take Action’ against breast cancer launched in UAE | Health – Gulf News

Pfizer and Friends of Cancer Patients join hands in second phase of cancer campaignPfizer and Friends of Cancer Patients join hands in second phase of cancer campaign

Campaign to ‘Take Action’ against breast cancer launched in UAE | Health – Gulf News

Dr. Alexander Borowsky, who specializes in pathology and laboratory medicine with UC Davis Health, spoke to KCRA 3 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.Dr. Alexander Borowsky, who specializes in pathology and laboratory medicine with UC Davis Health, spoke to KCRA 3 for Breast Cancer Awareness Month about the WISDOM study.

Doctor looking for participants for breast cancer screening study

New Hanover Regional Medical Center and Novant Health are hosting a Women's Health and Wellness event from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Oct. 25 to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Women's health event in Wilmington will offer breast cancer screenings - WWAY TV

Tracy Bennett, 53, was diagnosed with a breast cancer type that most women know little about, despite it being the second most common of the diseaseTracy Bennett, 53, was diagnosed with a breast cancer type that most women know little about, despite it being the second most common of the disease

Rib pain was woman’s only symptom before diagnosis of ‘sneaky’ breast cancer

A woman from Albrighton is raising awareness for Breast Cancer Research in a very unique way this month. A woman from Albrighton is raising awareness for Breast Cancer Research in a very unique way this month.

High Street house covered in bras for breast cancer awareness | Express & Star

Helen Jonas feels she “dodged a bullet” by having her aggressive cancer diagnosed. Many other women have been denied the chance, an advocacy group says.Helen Jonas feels she “dodged a bullet” by having her aggressive cancer diagnosed. Many other women have been denied the chance, an advocacy group says.

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GOSHEN — A woman has a 1 in 8 chance of being diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. I just never thought that it would be me at ageGOSHEN — A woman has a 1 in 8 chance of being diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. I just never thought that it would be me at age

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Columbus Regional Tennis Association hosts breast cancer awareness fundraiserColumbus Regional Tennis Association hosts breast cancer awareness fundraiser

Columbus Regional Tennis Association hosts breast cancer awareness fundraiser

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Three research teams at Duke University and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill have received grants for lifesaving metastatic breast cancer research. Three research teams at Duke University and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill have received grants for lifesaving metastatic breast cancer research.

Duke, UNC teams getting $1.5 million for breast cancer research will study vaccines, death rates in Black women :: WRAL.com

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a Eugene woman is sharing her story of surviving metastatic breast cancer. She says there's hope for anyone who gets the disease, despite its grave diagnosis. "In June of 2020, with no family history of breast cancer at all, and being otherwise healthy, I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer," said Kathleen Dillon, a metastatic breast cancer survivor. Dillon was diagnosed with a disease she never thought she'd have.October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a Eugene woman is sharing her story of surviving metastatic breast cancer. She says there's hope for anyone who gets the disease, despite its grave diagnosis. "In June of 2020, with no family history of breast cancer at all, and being otherwise healthy, I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer," said Kathleen Dillon, a metastatic breast cancer survivor. Dillon was diagnosed with a disease she never thought she'd have.

Eugene cancer survivor spreads message of hope | KVAL

Eugene cancer survivor spreads message of hope

Expert answers common questions related to breast cancer that are often surrounded by myths. Cancer not only affects our body, but mind, too. With so many questions in mind it, sometimes, becomes difficult to comprehend the reasons, and cause...

EXCLUSIVE: Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021: Expert answers important questions about Breast Cancer | PINKVILLA

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Police on Long Island and across the nation are wearing pink patches this month in honor of the lives lost to breast cancer.

Nassau first responders wear pink patches for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

ELIZABETH HURLEY continues her 25-year plus crusade to raise awareness about breast cancer. Ever since her grandmother lost her life because of the disease, the Austin Powers actress is keen to do everything she can to make sure women check their breasts.ELIZABETH HURLEY continues her 25-year plus crusade to raise awareness about breast cancer. Ever since her grandmother lost her life because of the disease, the Austin Powers actress is keen to do everything she can to make sure women check their breasts.

Elizabeth Hurley speaks out on 'different' types of breast cancer – symptoms and treatment | Express.co.uk

University of Virginia Hospital is honoring National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day by lighting up the south tower.University of Virginia Hospital is honoring National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day by lighting up the south tower.

UVA Hospital lights up for National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day

'Breast cancer doesn't have me; I have breast cancer,' Alice Santurri said.'Breast cancer doesn't have me; I have breast cancer,' Alice Santurri said. 'I am living with it; I am not dying from it.'

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A group of women are lighting up Metro Detroit to raise awareness for metastatic breast cancer.A group of women are lighting up Metro Detroit to raise awareness for metastatic breast cancer.

Women tour Metro Detroit landmarks to raise awareness for metastatic breast cancer

Some buildings in downtown Fort Worth will turn pink this week in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.Some buildings in downtown Fort Worth will turn pink this week in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Downtown Fort Worth Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

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Local landmarks light up to raise awareness for metastatic breast cancer

Metro Detroit helps fundraise for metastatic breast cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and October 13 is Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. This day focuses on the less common, but more deadly form of the disease.October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and October 13 is Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day. This day focuses on the less common, but more deadly form of the disease.

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Treatments for metastatic breast cancer (MBC), which affects thousands of European women every year, have progressed and can now significantly prolong a patient’s life but decision-makers still don't take this fully into account, an expert has told EURACTIV.Treatments for metastatic breast cancer (MBC), which affects thousands of European women every year, have progressed and can now significantly prolong a patient’s life but decision-makers still don't take this fully into account, an expert has told EURACTIV.

Expert: Decision makers lack knowledge on advanced breast cancer – EURACTIV.com

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