Dr. Kristin Robinson explains why women with dense breasts may need enhanced imaging in addition to a mammogram.
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Dr. Christine Klassen explains what it means to have dense breasts and why they can make breast cancer screening more difficult.
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Endometrial cancer survivor Gail Raddatz finds treatment close to home for a second cancer in her breast.
Surgical oncologist Dr. Judy C. Boughey explains the latest options available for breast cancer surgery.
If you've been diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer, immunotherapy may be a treatment option. Medical oncologists Dr. Pooja Advani and Dr. Matt Goetz explain.
Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center has been awarded a five-year, $12.1 million Specialized Program of Research Excellence (SPORE) grant in breast cancer from the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
Dr. Daniela Stan explains how survivors of breast cancer can ease treatment side effects and prioritize wellness.
Dr. Robert Mutter discusses Mayo Clinic's research and development of new therapies to minimize side effects from radiation and reduce relapse risks.