Much attention has been paid to breast cancer “awareness” over the past two decades. And while that’s a good thing, there is something far more important than being aware: Being educated.
On the subject of breast cancer, women tend to be either overconfident or overly confused.
Those who are overconfident believe they know what they need to know about breast cancer. They think they know their individual risk. And they believe their doctors are up to speed on the latest advances in early breast cancer detection and treatment.
They are wrong.
Women who are confused have become so due to exposure to conflicting messages. The recent information presented to them—through their friends, their healthcare providers and the media—seems to be the complete opposite of what they were told just a few years ago.
The purpose of this website is to give you the “knowledge” you’ve been missing. To present the facts as we know them in an unbiased fashion, with no conflicts of interest or hidden agenda.
We hope that you will use this information, along with the research you obtain from other sources and experts, to better manage your health and live a longer, healthier life.