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Women's Health Week

Every year, the week after Mother’s Day is recognized as Women’s Health Week to remind women to put themselves first and take control of their health. With work, family and countless other responsibilities, it can be hard to make time for exercising, cooking healthy meals or going to the doctor. Take time for yourself this […]

ICYMI: May 12, 2017

Feature Story You Can Take Steps to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk MONDAY, May 8, 2017 (The New York Times) — Fear of breast cancer is widespread, yet many women don’t realize that adopting protective living habits may help keep it at bay. The habits described below may also help to ward off other life-threatening […]

Join Dr. Kristi Funk, breast surgeon to the stars, at the Prevent Cancer Foundation's 2016 Dialogue for Action®

While I’m known for caring for some high-profile patients such as Angelina Jolie and Sheryl Crow, my career goal is to ensure that all women, regardless of circumstance or ability to pay, are receiving high-quality breast cancer prevention, screening and treatment. So many women are uninsured or unable to pay for health care—as a result, […]

Dialogue For Action 2015 — Registration is open!

Registration for the 2015 Dialogue For Action®: Expanding Access Through Innovation is now open! This can’t-miss cancer screening conference will focus on increasing access to health care, technology, big data, patient engagement and more. Our dynamic speakers will lead you through state-of-the art presentations and answer your questions—and you will have plenty of opportunities to […]