Vogue magazine breast cancer articles

Last year, a man in Australia came across a round, rubbery object on the beach, about the size of a small tortilla. In a panic, he scooped it up into a plastic bag and hurried to the local police station, convinced a woman had been mutilated by a maniac who had prized her breast implant out of her body. The police had a good laugh when they saw the object. I discovered I had breast cancer the way a lot of women do—a routine mammogram revealed a lump in the right breast. In my defense, Johnson is a common name.
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This L.A. Dance Captain—And Breast Cancer Survivor—Has an Empowering Plan for Hair Loss and Chemo

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Many Women With Breast Cancer Can Skip Chemo, According to a New Study | Vogue

Miles away from the nearest imaging center and wearing a kimono instead of a medical gown, I am sitting at the kitchen table in my Brooklyn apartment with Matthew Campisi, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at NYU. Goateed and genial, Campisi has stopped by to give me a demo of iBreastExam , a handheld breast-cancer-scanning device that he and fellow med-tech entrepreneur Mihir Shah began developing in as part of their UE LifeSciences health care start-up. Cloud-connected and radiation-free, it allows health care workers to perform breast exams anywhere, in minutes, and without a degree in radiology. Over the past three years, iBreastExam—which has a distribution partnership with GE and has attracted research grants as well as venture capital funding—has been deployed in parts of the developing world where mammograms are scarce due to their high cost, a lack of electricity, or a dearth of radiologists India has just one for every , people.
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The Important Breast Cancer Screening Weapon You May Not Know About

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women worldwide with an estimated 1. Which is why a new weapon in prevention is causing a global fervor. Known as iBreastExam , the FDA-cleared wireless handheld device can detect tumor tissue using new tactile sensing technology in under five minutes without causing pain or emitting harmful radiation. As highlighted by The New York Times , the revolutionary tool is the brainchild of computer engineer and developer Mihir Shah, who recognized a dire need for early detection in India, where for every two women newly diagnosed with breast cancer, one will die.
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With the bustling first days of fall behind and the holidays still far on the horizon, the month of October brings a welcome moment of pause—and a prime opportunity to schedule a yearly visit to your ob-gyn. Regular checkups are key in the battle against the disease, which will affect about 1 in 8 women over the course of their lifetime. With novel research emerging by way of 3-D mammography, ultrasounds, and even a new breathalyzer clinical trial, as well as a shift in American Cancer Society guidelines , which recommend delaying the age women should get their first mammograms, there have never been more ways to personalize cancer prevention. Here, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a primer on how to take charge of your health.
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