Explore resources to help you understand your breast health and talk to your doctor to figure out what’s right for you.
Breast Health Basics
There are some things everyone should know about breast cancer. Get informed so you and your loved ones can live your healthiest lives.
10 reasons to care about breast cancer
When it comes to protecting our breast health, knowledge is power.
How to take charge of your breast health
Here are five actions we can all take to stay on top of our breast health.
5 lifestyle practices for better breast health
Making your health a priority can reduce your breast cancer risk.
Know your normal
Learn the signs of breast cancer and how to notice a change in your breasts.
Don’t play around with your health: Get the mammogram
"I’ll sing it from the rooftops: don’t play around with your health."Tina getting a first mammogram
Understanding your risk
Learn about your own risk factors and start a conversation with your doctor.
Know your risk tool
Use this tool to explore different factors that can affect your risk of breast cancer.
What do genes have to do with breast cancer?
Learn how genes can affect breast cancer risk and whether testing could be useful for you.
Start talking: The importance of family health history
Learn how family health history can hold clues for your own health.
Know your risk of breast cancer
Understanding our risk can help us take action for our breast health.
Knowing your family health history is life-saving
"African-American women need to hear, even in my family, that if breast cancer is caught early, it is survivable."Alicia talking about family health history
Getting good care
Whether you’re getting a check-up or a mammogram, these resources can help you access the best possible health care.
How to get health care that’s affordable (and good)
If cost is a concern when it comes to your health, these tips and organizations can help.
7 tips for being your own best advocate
Try these tips to make sure you get the care you deserve.
Questions to ask your doctor about breast health
Being proactive can help you make the most out of your next doctor’s visit.
Question, educate, empower
"I’m the type of person who isn’t looking for a doctor to tell me what he/she is going to do to me without a discussion. I need to ask questions."Desiree advocating for yourself
Everything you need to know about why and how to get screened for breast cancer.
5 things to know about breast cancer screening
Screening tests find breast cancer early, when the chance of survival is highest.
Mammogram FAQs: Here’s what to expect
What to expect, how to prepare and answers to common questions.
Everything you should know if you need a follow-up test
Here are the next steps if your doctor finds something in a screening test.
A new normal and the business of getting healthy
"Our bodies show and tell us what’s wrong and we need to pay attention."Katrina being diagnosed with breast cancer