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21-year-old Jessica Florence found a lump on her breast. Until she experienced other symptoms, she did not believe the lump was serious.
Dr. Dawn Mussallem explains why it's important to talk to your health care provider before taking supplements during cancer treatment.
Mayo Clinic is sequencing the exomes of tens of thousands of people from diverse backgrounds to investigate large-scale patterns of distinctive mutations that fuel disease.
Systemic therapies for breast cancer include chemotherapy, hormone therapy, targeted-drug therapy and immunotherapy. Medical oncologist Dr. Matthew Goetz provides an overview.
Diagnosed with paraneoplastic syndrome, Joy Carol found treatment options for the uncommon disorder that affects some people with cancer at Mayo Clinic.
Physician assistant Casey Swanson responds to a question about cancer risk and genetic testing for a BRCA2 mutation.
Andrea Beckendorf's decision to get breast cancer screening despite the COVID-19 pandemic led to an early diagnosis of treatable breast cancer.
Research by Antonio Forte, M.D., Ph.D., a Mayo Clinic plastic surgeon, seeks to better pinpoint who is most likely to benefit from surgery aimed at regenerating a faulty lymphatic system.