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hrt breast cancer study

A recent study has stirred fears again about the safety of hormone replacement therapy. How well-founded are those fears? Ob/gyn and epidemiologist Dr. Rebecca Dunsmoor-Su shares her thoughts on HRT.

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Knowing your body, tracking any changes, keeping up with tests, and checking in with your doc are all so important to staying well. Read one woman's story of a less-common symptom of breast cancer.

cancer risk menopause

"This is what preventative healthcare is. This is me taking control of my health." Why take a genetic test to assess your cancer risk? Because knowledge is power.

menopause whi breast cancer

If you're in or approaching menopause, this podcast and the book Estrogen Matters can help you better understand HRT, its true risks, and the very real benefits it can offer.

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genneve is partnering with organizations dedicated to breast cancer prevention and survivor quality of life. Read more on how we're connecting women to the best resources to make decisions about their health.

hormone replacement therapy menopause

The controversy over HRT (hormone replacement therapy) is filled with fear and misinformation. genneve CEO Jill Angelo offers her thoughts on the science behind our understanding of HRT and why it can be a good, safe option for many women.

soy breast cancer

What are the benefits and risks of adding soy to your diet, if you're a woman in menopause? Do whole-soy foods contribute to breast cancer risk or help protect us from it?

breast health midlife menopause

Breasts change as we age, and most changes are normal. Getting to know your breasts can help you understand and monitor changes. We got expert help from Heidi Dishneau, MSN at Swedish Medical Center.

managing restricted scars scar massage

Scars – even very old ones – can cause pain and restrict movement. Massaging restricted scars can help resolve pain and increase range of motion.

breast cancer information prevention

“I stared at the paper and felt a chill. I didn’t know I had dense breast tissue, and I’d never heard this was associated with breast cancer.” Read Anne’s story.

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