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Care Guideline 2: Family History + Inherited Risk

You should have a full family history taken as soon as possible as it relates to inherited cancer risk. If appropriate, you should be offered a referral to a genetic specialist for testing and counselling. To get the full story on all the Guidelines go to WWW.Rethinkbreastcancer.com/Careguidelines

Women with low-risk breast cancer may be able to skip chemotherapy

A new study has been released that shows many women with early, low-risk breast cancer may not need to undergo chemotherapy as part of...

5 Things You Need to Know About Breast Cancer

1. It’s not just a grandma’s disease Unfortunately, women in their 20s/30s/40s can and do get breast cancer, despite a lack of awareness that it...

Angelina Jolie Is Right: Knowledge Is Power When it Comes to...

Two years ago Angelina Jolie Pitt’s name was splashed across the headlines due to her decision to have a preventive double mastectomy to reduce...

Guideline #2 For Young Women With Breast Cancer: Know Your Risk

Rethink's second guideline in the Care Guidelines for Young Women with Breast Cancer stresses the importance of going over your family's history with your doctor. As...

Rethink Launches New Care Guidelines for Young Women with Breast Cancer

Not a single day goes by where I'm not thankful to live in Canada with access to healthcare for all. Like most Canadians, I...

Life Lessons I Learned From My Mom

My mother Angie Being a mother comes with many incredible moments but also many challenges and sometimes they hit you at the same time. My mother...