• Breast cancer awareness: What can you do today to reduce your risk?

    Breast cancer: A VA dietitian can help you find ways to adopt healthy habits like establishing a healthy meal plan or exercise routine.

  • Cancer screenings help save lives. Schedule your VA preventive screening today

    Cancer screenings catch cancer early which can help treatment out comes. Screenings with best outcomes: lung, cervical, colon, and breast.

  • Breast cancer screening saves lives and families

    Breast cancer had taken her nana. Then there was a suspicious finding on a mammogram. Now cancer free, read her advice for other women Vets.

  • Now is the time to get overdue mammograms rescheduled

    VA encourages women Veterans who became overdue for screenings like mammograms, pap smears, colonoscopies, or any other preventative testing, to get those scheduled or rescheduled as soon as possible.

  • Veteran women get a little love and a mammogram

    VA Connecticut decided to combine a VA Love-Your-Self Campaign with local providers Hartford Healthcare and Yale New Haven Health having their mobile mammography buses visit our facilities.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Jacqueline

    Navy Veteran Jacqueline says her care team is “The best in this world.” Diagnosed with breast cancer, she got all her care at VA and never plans to go back to the private sector for care.

  • Strengthening Women Veteran’s health in Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    If you are a service woman or recently separated woman Veteran, there is training available for you to learn about the services available from VA. Sign up for a Women’s Health Transition session now.

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: “Fight Pretty with a Wig”

    In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, VA OSDBU would like to spotlight Le’Host Hair & Wigs, a Women-Owned Small Business supporting breast cancer fighters and survivors in the Veteran community.

  • VA “Pink Out!” promotes breast cancer awareness

    In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, VA Medical Centers across the country hosted Pink Out! events to support women Veterans and connect them with VA’s health care services.

  • Houston VA’s breast imaging saves lives

    Houston VA Breast Imaging Center is “a very elite, high-quality practice – with two 3-D mammography machines - that can meet the needs of our Veterans and be a shining star in the Houston community.”

  • VA observes Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

    A mammogram could save your life. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, VA encourages women (and men) to learn about breast cancer and early detection. Here are links to valuable information.

  • Army Veteran makes fashion and cancer statements

    Halli Lannan knows she’s not your usual image of a fashion model. That’s why she walked the runway during Fashion Week. With two master’s degrees, her Ph.D. dissertation has been slowed by chemotherapy.

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