As you’re probably aware, cancer comes in all types and can develop anywhere on the body. Though the scope of cancer is wide, there are certain universal principles of testing and treating cancer – for example, determining if a tumor is benign or malignant. If the tumor is malignant, your doctor must determine whether the cancer is locally invasive or metastatic, meaning the cancer is growing in other areas of the body.  

If you've been diagnosed with cancer, the best thing you can do is learn as much as possible to make the most informed decisions. A great way to start is to read more about cancer diagnoses and treatments in our online Health Library

If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, you should review our page on Comprehensive Breast Cancer to learn what we can do for you. We want to provide you with the peace of mind while offering a wide variety of services, including clinical trials for experimental options. 


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Health Fact:

12 – The percentage of women that’ll develop invasive breast cancer in their lifetime.