Brenda Panzera Contributor

Dr. Panzera is a clinical instructor in hematology and oncology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and attending physician at Mount Sinai and Lenox Hill Hospitals.

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At What Age Should You Start Getting Mammograms?

There’s no easy answer: It depends on your personal risk factors.

3 Lifestyle Changes to Minimize Your Breast Cancer Risk

You can’t guarantee prevention, but you *can* reduce your risk.

Screening for Breast Cancer: What to Expect at a Mammogram

“Once you’ve had the 1st mammogram, the anxiety will lessen.”

The Tests Doctors Use to Screen for Breast Cancer

Thanks to screening, many breast cancers are found at an early, curable stage.

Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer: Who Needs It and Why

Here’s who may benefit (and who won’t).

Here’s Exactly How to Do a Breast Self-Exam, According to a Breast Oncologist

Learn what breast changes to look out for and how often to check.

The Breast Cancer Warning Signs All Women Need to Know

It’s not just lumps you should be looking out for.