Traditional Mammograms Are Uncomfortable
Mammograms haven't changed terribly much over the years for the women receiving the critical screening. The machine is cold and uncomfortable, squishing sensitive tissue in an effort to capture a 3-D body part in two dimensions.
New technology is changing that
Cancer Is Life-Changing, Especially For Two
Annie was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer just two weeks after she learned she was pregnant. "It's an agonizing thing," she shares, "simultaneously nurturing and loving a tiny living thing in your body, while aggressively, frantically killing another." She's not alone. Many cancer patients in the U.S. and around the world feel that fear.
A special network helps women like Annie deal with cancer during pregnancy. Learn how, and read Annie's story!Click here »