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Meet the New Hampshire professionals on the front lines of the fight against breast cancer, and get tips and advice to keep yourself informed and healthy.

Breast cancer. Those are scary words to contemplate, and it’s tempting to pretend that it can never happen to you. Many put off or avoid preventative care, but the out-of-sight, out-of-mind mentality is not the answer. Fortunately, Granite Staters are lucky to have access to a number of providers who offer state-of-the art screening technology. And, should you ever find yourself battling this disease, New Hampshire is home to several hospitals where you can find the very best treatment.

Read on to learn about the high level of care available in New Hampshire, or take heart and inspiration from a survivor’s story. Plus, find helpful information to questions you may have — or even learn about some that you didn’t know you should ask.

Follow up Care After Breast Cancer Treatment

Many women are relieved or excited to be finished with breast cancer treatment. But it can also be a time of worry, being concerned about the cancer coming back, or feeling lost without seeing their cancer care team as often.…

Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Breast Cancer

It’s important to be able to have frank, open discussions with your cancer care team. They want to answer all of your questions, so that you can make informed treatment and life decisions. Here are some questions that you can…

Newer and Experimental Breast Imaging Tests

The most commonly used breast imaging tests at this time are mammograms, ultrasound, and breast MRI. Newer types of tests are now being developed for breast imaging. Some of these, such as breast tomosynthesis (3D mammography), are already being used…

Making Your Breast Health a Priority

Our lives have been profoundly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. New challenges may make our old routines seem less of a priority. However, Catholic Medical Center’s Breast Care Center wants women to know that their breast health is still very…

Pregnancy After Breast Cancer

If you think you may want to have children one day, or just want to keep your options open, the best time to talk to your doctor about fertility is before you begin breast cancer treatment

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