Informational site on breast cancer
 

Click here to read our short autobiographies.


About Us

The creators of this breast cancer website are nine first-year medical students at the University of California, Los Angeles: Yuri, Rene, Kaushik, Marc, Dawn, Heather, Maribel, Roberta, and Shoba (see our picture above!).

We would foremost like to thank Dr. Ted Hall (sitting in the front), who generously gave his time and brainpower to facilitate our efforts. Although our website was a class assignment, we were very excited to find out that the information we compiled would be utilized by people like YOU, real people who have questions about breast cancer. To the best of our knowledge, we have responded to common concerns regarding breast cancer accurately and directly and have provided helpful links to additional resources or support for further inquiries. We salute your efforts to be informed as to your health. Enjoy our website and keep up the good work! 


Frequently Asked Questions


 

Last updated on: 11/27/2000

Contact Us: ylb1@ucla.edu, rtraban@ucla.edu

 

Click here to read our short autobiographies. Click here to read more about Anatomy of the Breast Click here to read more about Pathophysiology of Breast Cancer Click the links to the right to find out more about breast cancer Click here to learn more about the relevance of cancer in the family Click here to learn more about other risk factors Click the links to your right to learn more about the risk factors of breast cancer Click on the links to the right to find out more on the diagnostics of breast cancer Click here for more information about Genetics of Breast Cancer, Screening and Counceling Click here for more information about mammograms Click here to learn more about breast self-examination Click here for more information about the Surgical Treatment of Breast Cancer Click here for more information on the Chemotherapy Click the links to the right to learn more about Radiation Therapy Click the links to the right to learn more about Hormonal Therapy Click the links to the right to learn more about Staging of Breast Cancer