COVID and Your Breast Health

In a pandemic-clouded world, it’s easy to overlook what was once routine and to pause activities that used to be regular. But when it comes to breast health, especially during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month, passing on your annual or first-time mammogram, is not advisable. “Delays in

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The Physician-Patient Relationship is What Matters Most

Advice from a breast imaging specialist to get screened! By Annette Pinder Having a dad who was a physician assistant and a mom who was a nurse fueled Dr. Scott Rudzinski’s interest in medicine — as did his mom’s breast cancer diagnosis. Scott’s mom underwent a double

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Breast Cancer and Exercise – New Research

Roswell Park Reports Extended Survival Among Breast Cancer Survivors Who Exercise Regularly Physical activity before, during and after chemotherapy shown to benefit those with high-risk breast cancers Study analyzed physical activity patterns of breast cancer patients over time Those who met activity thresholds before & after treatment

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