One in eight women who live to be 80 will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the US Half of those women will be over 63. Joanne Mortimer, MD, with the Moores Cancer Center, updates us on the latest research and treatment measures with special emphasis on women over 60. Series: SIRA (Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging) [8/2006] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 11328]
Duration : 0:57:31
This is Michele Hyra, mom to two little girls, wife to Matt, and fighting breast cancer every day. In July 2007, she was told she had 11 months to live. She’s still here. Hear the story of her Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer with lymph node involvement and extensive metastasis to the skeleton. Listen as Michele shares how she found her first lumps, talked to her daughters about breast cancer, proposes huge changes to the medical system, and has found peace in the midst of it all. Presented by Trusera, the online network where you can find and share real-world experiences with others who have been there. Come. Listen. Share.
Duration : 0:5:45
Dr. Mary Wilde, Scripps Health Breast Surgeon and Medical Director of Scripps Polster Breast Care Center, talks about breast care services provided at Scripps La Jolla and latest advancements in treatment.
Duration : 0:5:15