Mum and daughter diagnosed with breast cancer on the same day…
The mother and daughter who were diagnosed with breast cancer on the SAME DAY Karen Williams and Diane Leach also had surgery on the same dayWere both diagnosed in February last year and are now recovering Having a mother who had breast cancer doubles a woman's risk By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 10:57 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:02 GMT, 25 April 2013 Karen Williams and her mother, Diane Leach, were both diagnosed with breast cancer on the same day A mother and daughter are recovering after both were diagnosed with breast cancer on the same day.
The expert branded a woman hater for saying breast cancer screening ruins lives By Jerome Burne PUBLISHED: 23:46 GMT, 26 March 2012 | UPDATED: 23:46 GMT, 26 March 2012 'It is a biological fact of life that we cannot avoid getting cancer as we get older,' said Professor Gotzche What could be more sensible than having a mammogram If a tiny tumour is growing in your breast, you want to find it as soon as possible and treat it before it has a chance to spread and become life-threatening.
Breast screening saves far more lives than it harms as study finds mammograms slash cancer deaths by a third The screening programme costs 96 million a year in England Mammograms can create 'false positives' leading to needless breast removal | UPDATED: 15:21 GMT, 21 March 2012 Breast cancer screening has cut deaths from the disease by almost a third, according to new research.
My breast was rebuilt by a robot: After Colette”s mastectomy, a pioneering technique restored her confidence More than 18,000 women have a mastectomy every year in England alone. Colette Hatley, 51, a payroll administrator from Ipswich, was the first in the country to undergo robot-assisted breast reconstruction. THE PATIENT “They give you a tummy tuck and use that removed tissue to tailor a new breast for you,” said Colette Hatley on DIEP flap reconstruction Five years ago, at 47, I was diagnosed with breast cancer