Breast Cancer Blog

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Removing Noncancerous Breast Lumps: MILR vs. Traditional Surgery

After discovering a noncancerous breast lump, most patients’ first question is how to remove it. While these benign masses (known medically as fibroadenomas) are not life-threatening, they can still cause significant discomfort and anxiety. In this blog post, we will discuss your options for removing noncancerous breast lumps, including traditional surgical removal and the innovative …

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Navigating Fertility Preservation with a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

A new breast cancer diagnosis brings a whirlwind of emotions, questions, and concerns.While primary conversations often center around discussing the type of breast cancer and treatment options, another conversation that should not be missed or delayed is regarding fertility preservation.  How Breast Cancer Treatments Affect Fertility Chemotherapy Unfortunately, common treatments for breast cancer can impact …

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Fibroadenoma During Pregnancy: Answering Your Breast Health Questions

Fibroadenoma During Pregnancy: Answering Your Breast Health Questions Breast abnormalities are certainly serious, but discovering a mass or lump in the breast during or immediately after pregnancy can be doubly frightening. Below, our Beverly Hills breast specialists answer common questions about managing breast health before, during, and after pregnancy. Should I have fibroadenomas removed during …