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  • Education & Awareness

    What every woman should know about breast cancer…Play your part in the battle…Authoritative sources for the latest information…  

  • Early Detection

    Preventing  cancer though healthier lifestyles…Early detection programs…Genetic counseling and risk factors for breast cancer…

  • Symptoms

    What to look for…The importance of self-examination…7 specific symptoms…When it’s important to see your doctor immediately…

  • After Diagnosis

    Why breast cancer is no longer a death sentence…Nearly 300,000 survivors in the U.S. alone…What to do following your diagnosis…

  • Treatment

    Which treatment options are right for me?…What should I expect with chemotherapy?…Help with transportation and housing…

  • Survivorship

    Nearly 3 million women have survived breast cancer…How our Partners can help…How to find the right wigs and prostheses…

Breast Care Navigator News

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  • Princeton Breast Care Navigators Guide Survivors Through Treatment

    At the Princeton Breast Care Center, our registered nurses and resource navigators are here for patients facing breast cancer.

  • Diversity Fair

    Breast Care Awareness month is quickly approaching and the City of Birmingham held an Empowerment Week for a Diversity Fair on September 12, 2015, at Lynn Park. Activities included music, food, kid zones and vendors. Please join us for Race for the Cure in Lynn Park on October 17, 2015. You may go to Komen […]

  • Survivors Gain a Priceless Perspective on 2015 Celebration of Life

    On Friday May 12, 2015, Princeton Baptist Medical Center hosted our second Celebration of Life Ceremony in connection with the Birmingham Community and cancer survivors from all walks of life with great music, refreshing food excellent speakers and a wonderful balloon celebration. Survivors, co-survivors, family, friends and media came out to enjoy the Celebration of […]

  • What Does “Support” Mean To You?

    What does the word “Support” mean to you?  Support can be defined in different ways for different people depending on their personality and life situation.  Some people are quiet and introverted, and support to them may mean one or two close family members or friends offering assistance in times of need.  Other people are very […]

  • Hormone Therapy in the Treatment of Breast Cancer

    One of the most common questions we hear in oncology from breast cancer patients is about “that pill I have to take every day for at least five years.”   These questions include, “Is it a hormone,” “why do I have to take it if I am receiving systemic chemotherapy,” and “do I really need […]

  • Princeton Breast Center Partners with Compassion That Compels

    The Princeton Breast Center has formed a partnership with Compassion That Compels. Owner Kristianne Stewart states “We are an army of women who want to take down cancer, one bag at a time. We are believers that you may never meet, but we are praying for a complete and total healing of recovery for you.” […]

Patient Stories

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