Surviving Breast Cancer Pathway


30 Items


6 Sections


7 Hours


4 Additional Items

This pathway introduces the different types and stages of breast cancer. Then it focuses on how to survive and thrive through treatment as well as treatment options, prognosis, and testing to determine recurrence and survival. Like many cancers, there is more than one treatment option, and there are many different risks and benefits to each option. Therefore, you are your best advocate to determine your nutrition, exercise, and medical options along with guidance from your physician.

Before you review the Surviving Breast Cancer Pathway, we highly suggest you listen to our latest HIVE Podcast, where our host, Larry Durham, sits down with Dr. Gina Ann Richter to discuss her experiences with creating the pathway. During the podcast Gina highlights how she became involved with breast cancer, the value of the pathway, and her thoughts on the future of learning. 

Section 1: Breast Cancer Introduction

Section 1 – Lesson 1:

Often it is a mammogram or self-exam that leads to the discovery of breast cancer. There are many different types of breast cancer, as well as stages. Both the type and stage of cancer determine the treatment options available as well as prognosis and survival.


20 Minutes


1/2 Lessons


4 Items

Breast Cancer Symptoms & Causes

For many women, there are no symptoms, and the exact cause is unknown. However, sometimes there are symptoms and known causes, which will help to mitigate recurrence.

[1.1] Breast Cancer

You may be reading this because you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Learning as much as you can about the disease can help you feel better prepared to speak with doctors about your condition, possible treatment, and care. This is a good place to begin. From here, you can visit other sections of this guide with more in-depth information. Take your time. Continue Reading

[1.2] Breast Cancer - Symptoms and Causes

Breast cancer is cancer that forms in the cells of the breasts.

After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women in the United States. Breast cancer can occur in both men and women, but it’s far more common in women. Continue Reading

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