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Get FDA-approved guidance for your breast cancer

The free cancer app that helps patients manage their care.

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Suzanne Garner
Cancer Survivor, Outcomes4Me User

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We’re the only breast cancer app that integrates with the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines®), from the not-for-profit alliance of 33 leading cancer centers. The NCCN Guidelines® include comprehensive guidance related to all FDA-approved treatment options.

We gather breast cancer treatment recommendations typically meant for oncologists and use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to translate that information so you can understand it, putting you in control. With this knowledge, you can feel empowered to make the best medical decisions with your care team.

No matter your breast cancer diagnosis,
you deserve to be in control.

With our free breast cancer app, you’ll get:

  • Personalized breast cancer treatment options
  • Genetic and genomic testing opportunities
  • Symptom tracking and management
  • Access to the latest innovation and clinical trials
  • Health records you can understand
  • A peer community
We’re here because you’re here.
For breast cancer

Gain direct access to personalized treatment options so you can have more informed conversations with your care team.

For Oncology
Care Providers

Rely on us to help your patients get access to the best breast cancer care and resources, and save time in your day. We’re here to help and won’t ever get in the way.

For Life

Accelerate patient access to your treatments and expand the reach of your breast cancer research and clinical trials.

comes first here.

Get all the information you need to take a more active role in treating your breast cancer.

Collaborating with experts in breast cancer
care all over the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the 1st symptoms of breast cancer?

The first symptoms of breast cancer may include:

  • Breast pain
  • Lump, mass, nodules, or skin thickening that can be felt in the breast
  • Enlarged breasts or gynecomastia (in those assigned male at birth)
  • Lump or swelling in or near the armpit (axilla)
  • Breast implant-related symptoms

The stages of breast cancer are:

  • Stage 0: Noninvasive. Ductal carcinoma in situ is found only in the ducts. It has not spread to the surrounding breast tissue, lymph nodes or distant sites.
  • Stages 1, 2, 3: Invasive. It has grown outside the ducts, lobules, or breast skin. Cancer might be in the axillary lymph nodes.
  • Stage 4: Metastatic. Cancer has spread to distant sites. 

Those most likely to get breast cancer are individuals who:

  • Have a family history of certain cancers like ovarian and pancreatic cancer – not just breast cancer.
  • Had radiation therapy (RT) to the chest between 10 and 30 years of age.
  • Had a previous breast biopsy that showed atypical ductal hyperplasia (ADH) or a lobular neoplasia such as lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS) or atypical lobular hyperplasia (ALH)
  • Have a family history or genetic testing that suggests a genetic predisposition to breast, ovarian, or pancreatic cancer. 
  • Have a gene that predisposes them to breast cancer such as BRAC1or BRAC2. 

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