Cancer Recurrence Influenced By Various Factors

Space Coast Cancer Center hosted a free 'Celebration of Life' event for cancer survivors on June 4 at their Titusville facility.  This event will gave cancer survivors an opportunity to celebrate life and build fellowship with other survivors. There were complimentary services and displays including manicures, hairstyling, make-up demonstrations, massages, and art and music therapy. Pictured above is Dr. Richard Levine welcoming Connie, Peggy and Gene Huges. TO SEE MORE PHOTOS CLICK ON THE ABOVE IMAGE

Almost every cancer patient is concerned about the possibility of their cancer recurring. Cancer is not predictable, and no physician can guarantee cancer will not recur other than perhaps the very earliest noninvasive malignancies.

MIMA To Host Breast Cancer Seminar

Dr. Vinarsky

Breast cancer is the most common cause of cancer in women, and to help provide answers, MIMA Cancer Center will present a free breast cancer informational seminar on Saturday, April 9.

Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

Today I’d like to talk about a sensitive subject – breast cancer. Now breast cancer gets a lot of play and a lot of attention in the media. We just had a whole month devoted to breast cancer.

Thousands Turn Out To Fight Breast Cancer

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Over 4,300 Brevard County residents joined together at the American Cancer Society ‘Making Strides Against Breast Cancer® 5K walk’ on Oct. 24. Presented by Lexus of Melbourne, Making Strides provides hope to all people facing the disease, and raised over $360,000 – surpassing the goal of $320,000.

Living With Breast Cancer In the 21st Century

MAMMOGRAPHY is the process of using low-dose amplitude-X-rays to examine the breast, and is used as a diagnostic as well as a screening tool. The goal of mammography is the early detection of breast cancer.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Breast cancer (BCA) remains the most common cancer among American women. A woman has a 1 in 8 chance of developing invasive BCA during her life. However, only 1 in 35 women will ultimately die of the disease. The death rates from BCA have been declining due to earlier detection. This optimistic outlook reflects the years of research into better detection and treatment of this disease.

New Research Provides Early Stage Breast Cancer Treatment Choices

Dr. Michael Lane

MOST WOMEN who undergo mammography will not need any additional testing or invasive procedures. In approximately 20 percent of women, an abnormality will be found requiring either more imaging and /or biopsy.

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