In the Essen-Mitte Clinics, more breast cancer patients are treated than in most German hospitals. An Interview with Prof. Dr. Kümmel, the Director of the Breast Centre.
When Evelyn Kühne sits in the car after being diagnosed with breast cancer, she thinks: "If I just turn right now and drive into this pillar, everything will be over." Later, she finds her vocation thanks to the disease.
This article presents the treatment costs of breast cancer in Germany and essential therapies.
When blind people have a highly sensitive tactile sense, they are better at finding nodules in the breast than doctors. This gave the German gynecologist Dr. Frank Hoffmann an idea.