Breast Cancer
  • Overview of Breast Cancer
    • Breast cancer is a disease where cells in the breast grow out of control. In severe cases, breast cancer can spread through the blood and lymph vessels to other parts of the body. Signs of having breast cancer include a new lump in the breast, thickening or swelling in the breast, dimpling of breast skin, nipple discharge other than breast milk, and pain in the breast. Additionally, a family history of breast cancer may put you at a higher risk for breast cancer. If you are experiencing any symptoms, ontact your physician or make an appointment at the Student Health Services here.

 For more information, visit the CDC website here.