Even in October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, there is little publicity or knowledge of what metastatic breast cancer actually is.Dr. Diana Bitner, a nationally recognized women’s health specialist from Spectrum Health, says that mammograms are the key to finding breast cancer early in patients. Health care providers believe this is the result of finding breast cancer earlier through screenings, increased awareness and better treatment.During her mastectomy surgery she was fitted with temporary implants or expanders to begin the process.While honoring Lewis and surrounding counties’ breast cancer survivors for the past 20 years, the Breast Cancer Awareness Day luncheon set October 20 at the Broad Street United Methodist Church in Weston will be a little different than the past 20 years.”They called and asked if I would still hold the event”, Spelsberg said.Plastic surgeons say they used to focus on making the breast look good in clothes, but now the goal is to make them look as natural as possible period.She moved home to Virginia, where her mom and family became her support system. Ben Gbulie with University Plastic Surgeons in Memphis.Wilson said she didn’t know anyone else who had breast cancer before she was diagnosed, “so I had a lot to learn”.However, at that time, there was limited evidence in relation to breast cancer risk in humans, so that assertion was based on laboratory and animal studies.”If you discover a persistent lump in your breast or any changes, it is very important that you see a physician immediately”. “Women should consider annual mammograms from age 40, then have mammograms every two years from age 50″.You can beat breast cancer. She has spent almost this entire year successfully battling breast cancer.Christine ‘Uta’atu, Treasurer, said since the establishment of Tonga Brest Cancer Society in 2007 various persons have donated books, brochures and other userful information on breast cancer.