One of his guests was Dr. Dara Richardson-Heron, Executive Director of Susan G. Komen For The Cure of Greater New York and a 13-year breast cancer survivor.
- There’s more than one kind of breast cancer, and the IBC-kind isn’t packaged up in a lump.
- Mammograms usually don’t detect Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
- Make sure your doctor is aggressive with an ultrasound or biopsy in the event your breast becomes swollen, warm, itches, changes colors or the texture of the skin or areola begins to thicken. And watch for nipple discharge or retraction too.
Get in touch with your body, including your breasts.