Items Tagged ‘triple negative breast cancer’

Be Proactive

December 12, 2018

Be Proactive

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“After my mother passed away from breast cancer that metastasized to her lungs, I started getting yearly mammograms,” says Donisha Faul, who began getting mammograms at 32 years old. “In January, I was doing a self-test and felt a lump, so I immediately went to my obstetrician, who referred me to UCLA Health for a biopsy. […]

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Tags: biopsy, chemotherapy, Dr. Amy Kusske, featured, mammograms, neoadjuvant therapy, obstetrician, radiation, self-breast exam, self-test, surgery, triple negative breast cancer


I Always Refer UCLA

November 16, 2016

I Always Refer UCLA

By uclahealth uclahealth

I was having extreme pain in an area of my breast. I would get this shooting pain that would knock the breath out of me,” says Toni Stanton Harris, who felt a grape-sized lump during a self-examination, visited her primary care doctor and found out she had stage 2 triple negative breast cancer. “My breast […]

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Tags: breast, breast cancer, extreme pain, lump, primary care doctor, self-examination, stage 2, stage 2 triple negative breast cancer, triple negative breast cancer