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We are dedicated to protecting health and promoting quality of life. We are working to reduce the burden of breast cancer in the United States; to prevent new breast cancers and reduce the impact of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment on women. Our work in breast cancer reaches women across age, race, and socio-economic levels. For more information, visit http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast.

After learning about her high risk for breast and ovarian cancer, Cassie decided to have preventive surgeries to lower h...
10/19/2022

After learning about her high risk for breast and ovarian cancer, Cassie decided to have preventive surgeries to lower her risk. This choice has helped her live her happiest and healthiest life. Her story: https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetCassie

If you know you have a risk of hereditary cancer, you can take steps to manage it.  When Jackie learned about her high r...
10/17/2022

If you know you have a risk of hereditary cancer, you can take steps to manage it. When Jackie learned about her high risk of breast and ovarian cancer she took steps to lower her risk – here’s her story:
https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetJackie

10/03/2022

Your family health history is one part of your family's story that can hep you understand and lower your risk of breast, ovarian and other cancers. Learn ways to get the conversation started.
https://bit.ly/BYB_FamilyHistory

Learning you have a hereditary breast and ovarian cancer risk can be emotionally challenging. But knowing helps you make...
09/29/2022

Learning you have a hereditary breast and ovarian cancer risk can be emotionally challenging. But knowing helps you make choices that work best for you.

https://bit.ly/BYB_HereditaryBC

After testing positive for a BRCA1 gene mutation, Cassie decided to have preventive surgeries to lower her risk for brea...
09/28/2022

After testing positive for a BRCA1 gene mutation, Cassie decided to have preventive surgeries to lower her risk for breast and ovarian cancer. This choice has helped her live her happiest and healthiest life. Read her story. https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetCassie

If certain cancers – like breast, ovarian, pancreatic, and prostate – run in your family, you may be at higher risk for ...
09/27/2022

If certain cancers – like breast, ovarian, pancreatic, and prostate – run in your family, you may be at higher risk for an abnormal BRCA gene. Share the full picture of cancers in your family history with a doctor and ask if genetic counseling is right for you. https://bit.ly/BYB_GeneticCounseling

Sharing what you know about your family’s history of cancer and your risk can help other members of your family learn ab...
09/20/2022

Sharing what you know about your family’s history of cancer and your risk can help other members of your family learn about their risk, too. Practice having these conversations:

https://bit.ly/BYB_LetsTalkSim

Stay on top of your health by talking to your doctor about your family’s full history of cancer – including breast, ovar...
09/14/2022

Stay on top of your health by talking to your doctor about your family’s full history of cancer – including breast, ovarian, pancreatic, and prostate cancer – to understand your risk. https://bit.ly/BYB_TakeActionSteps

Learning she had an abnormal BRCA gene at age 25 led Marleah to have to make difficult decisions about her health. But i...
09/13/2022

Learning she had an abnormal BRCA gene at age 25 led Marleah to have to make difficult decisions about her health. But it also meant she could take action and make a plan to manage her breast cancer risk.

https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetMarleah

Let's be real: ignoring your risk for breast cancer doesn't make it go away. Learn more about your risk factors and talk...
08/30/2022

Let's be real: ignoring your risk for breast cancer doesn't make it go away. Learn more about your risk factors and talk to a doctor about making a plan to manage your risk.
https://bit.ly/BYB_RiskFactors

End of summer checklist? Get your doctor's appointment scheduled today and give yourself one less thing to think about t...
08/22/2022

End of summer checklist? Get your doctor's appointment scheduled today and give yourself one less thing to think about this fall.
https://bit.ly/BYB_HealthyBehaviors

If you are a young American Indian or Alaskan Native woman, it’s important to understand your breast cancer risk. See wh...
07/28/2022

If you are a young American Indian or Alaskan Native woman, it’s important to understand your breast cancer risk. See what risk factors apply to you so you can take care of your health. https://bit.ly/BYB_RiskFactors

If you’ve had breast cancer, talk to your family about what it means for their risk – especially if other family members...
07/26/2022

If you’ve had breast cancer, talk to your family about what it means for their risk – especially if other family members have had it too. Here’s how to start the discussion: https://bit.ly/BYB_FamilyHistory

Upcoming family gathering? It's a great time to askabout your family history of cancer on both sides tohelp you better u...
07/20/2022

Upcoming family gathering? It's a great time to ask
about your family history of cancer on both sides to
help you better understand your breast cancer risk.
Learn how to start the conversation:
https://bit.ly/BYB_FamilyHistory

Young American Indian and Alaska Native women–learning your family history of cancer andunderstanding your breast cancer...
07/18/2022

Young American Indian and Alaska Native women–
learning your family history of cancer and
understanding your breast cancer risk can help you
make a plan to manage and lower it. What you
need to know: https://bit.ly/BYB_BCYoungWomen

While summer can be busy, make time to get back on track with your doctor appointments so you can stay healthy. Here are...
07/13/2022

While summer can be busy, make time to get back on track with your doctor appointments so you can stay healthy. Here are more tips to live a breast healthy life:
https://bit.ly/BYB_HealthyBehaviors

Partners, learning the signs and symptoms of breast cancer can help protect your loved ones. Make sure they know what to...
07/11/2022

Partners, learning the signs and symptoms of breast cancer can help protect your loved ones. Make sure they know what to look for too. https://bit.ly/BYB_Symptoms

When you’re a young breast cancer survivor, your emotional recovery is as important as your physical recovery. This guid...
05/31/2022

When you’re a young breast cancer survivor, your emotional recovery is as important as your physical recovery. This guide can help. https://bit.ly/Guide_EmotionalHealth

There are steps you can take to lower your breast cancer risk, like drinking less alcohol. Find out more ways you can ta...
05/27/2022

There are steps you can take to lower your breast cancer risk, like drinking less alcohol. Find out more ways you can take control of your breast health: https://bit.ly/ReducingRIsk

Charity used comedy to cope with her stage 3 breast cancer diagnosis at age 27. See how she’s using her experience to he...
05/24/2022
There Isn’t Just One Face to Breast Cancer

Charity used comedy to cope with her stage 3 breast cancer diagnosis at age 27. See how she’s using her experience to help other survivors. https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetCharity

When Charity was diagnosed with breast cancer at 27, she faced a series of difficult decisions. Learn what steps she took to be proactive about her health an...

After learning she had a BRCA1 gene mutation, Jackie made a major decision to lower her breast cancer risk - for herself...
05/17/2022
Jackie: Taking Action for My Daughter

After learning she had a BRCA1 gene mutation, Jackie made a major decision to lower her breast cancer risk - for herself and to be there for her daughter. https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetJackie

Jackie, age 38, has a paternal family history of breast and ovarian cancer and a BRCA gene mutation. She shares how understanding her risk enabled her to tak...

This National Women’s Health Week make your breast health a priority. Ask your doctor about your breast cancer risk and ...
05/10/2022

This National Women’s Health Week make your breast health a priority. Ask your doctor about your breast cancer risk and learn what steps you can take to lower your risk. https://bit.ly/BYB_TakeActionSteps

05/03/2022

She checks in on you all the time. Now, check in with her about your family history of breast cancer. Start the conversation. https://bit.ly/BYB_FamilyHistory

Meagan’s breast cancer scare reminded her that it’s important to know your body and never ignore changes that worry you....
04/26/2022

Meagan’s breast cancer scare reminded her that it’s important to know your body and never ignore changes that worry you. Her story: https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetMeagan

Talking about your family’s cancer history can help you change your family’s cancer future. This tool can help you get s...
04/20/2022

Talking about your family’s cancer history can help you change your family’s cancer future. This tool can help you get started: https://bit.ly/BYB_LetsTalkSim

Marleah always knew she wanted to be a mom, so when she tested positive for a BCRA mutation at age 25, she decided manag...
03/31/2022

Marleah always knew she wanted to be a mom, so when she tested positive for a BCRA mutation at age 25, she decided managing her risk through regular screenings was the best choice for her.

https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetMarleah

“I knew that learning whether I have a BRCA gene mutation for breast cancer would give me the power to make better decis...
03/15/2022

“I knew that learning whether I have a BRCA gene mutation for breast cancer would give me the power to make better decisions for my health.” Read about how Cassie is using that knowledge as power.

https://bit.ly/BYB_MeetCassie

“You gotta take all the data...and figure out what works best for you.” Caroline chose a different way than her sister E...
03/08/2022
Emily & Caroline – Do What Works Best For You

“You gotta take all the data...and figure out what works best for you.” Caroline chose a different way than her sister Emily to manage her genetic breast cancer risk. Learn your options. https://bit.ly/BYB_TakeAction

When Emily and Caroline found out their mom had a BRCA gene mutation, they decided to get tested themselves. From there, they took different paths. Find out ...

“Stories often focus on beautiful results, but not the challenges” – Cara, breast cancer survivor.  These resources can ...
03/01/2022

“Stories often focus on beautiful results, but not the challenges” – Cara, breast cancer survivor.

These resources can help you deal with the emotional roller coaster of a diagnosis.
https://www.cdc.gov/howrightnow

If you’ve noticed any changes to your breasts, now is the time to let your healthcare provider know. Learn about the sig...
02/15/2022

If you’ve noticed any changes to your breasts, now is the time to let your healthcare provider know. Learn about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer: https://bit.ly/BYB_Symptoms

This Galentine’s Day, show your girls some love. Talk to your friends and learn about what you can do to live a breast-h...
02/10/2022

This Galentine’s Day, show your girls some love. Talk to your friends and learn about what you can do to live a breast-healthy lifestyle.

https://bit.ly/BYB_HealthyBehaviors

If you’ve recently learned new information about your family history of breast cancer, make an appointment with your hea...
01/18/2022

If you’ve recently learned new information about your family history of breast cancer, make an appointment with your healthcare provider today to talk about it. This information can help you better understand your own risk and work with your providers to make a plan to manage it: https://bit.ly/2Ph2jzI

Getting back on track with health habits in the new year? Find out how your healthy choices can help you lower your brea...
01/11/2022

Getting back on track with health habits in the new year? Find out how your healthy choices can help you lower your breast cancer risk: https://bit.ly/2EbgyzA

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We are pleased to Annouce our 1st Annual Breast Cancer Awarness and Dinner Celebration on the Lawn!
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