Mammography and Mortality Study: What Does It All Really Mean?

Like nearly all of us with a breast cancer history, I’ve read (quite a lot, maybe too much) about the now-infamous latest study on mammography and mortality, published July 6, 2015 in JAMA. If you want to slog through the original, it’s at this link: Breast Cancer Screening, Incidence, and Mortality Across US Counties. Like […]

Posted in: Diagnosis, Recurrence, Screening, Metastastatic Breast Cancer, Screening by Kathi 11 Comments breast cancer diagnosis, mammograms, mammography, mammography and mortality

Cancer Brain Drain: My Life Is Still A Mess

Seven Years Later… It’s nearly seven years to the day that I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I’m still here, still NED, as far as I know, so in that regard, seven is a lucky number. However, I’d rather hoped that by now, I would feel a lot more like my old self again. I […]

Posted in: Cognitive Dysfunction & Depression, Fatigue by Kathi 24 Comments cognitive changes after cancer, cognitive impairment, fatigue, side effects