Women with HER2-positive cancer generally have a favorable outlook.
Following a breast cancer screening program can provide a 60 percent lower risk of dying from the disease.
Women who lost 5 percent or more of their body weight had a 12 percent lower breast cancer risk.
When a mom can’t be home for her daughter’s birthday, caregivers on the bone marrow transplant unit help them celebrate with a purple unicorn party.
The key to catching it early is knowing your risks and taking screenings seriously.
Megan Keller battled breast cancer with a child in her womb. These days, both are happy and healthy.
Breast cancer survivor Mary Rottier has joined forces with her therapy dogs to deliver a message of hope and healing.
A new technique gauges lymph flow by capturing thousands of points of measurements on the entire arm.
If a male has a BRCA mutation, their risk increases 100-fold.
Michelle Jones stared down her mortality when diagnosed with breast cancer. Now, she looks toward the present—and the future.
The medicine that saved Martha McMurry’s life also damaged her heart. Today she’s cancer-free, and her heart is on the rebound.
‘You never know how people are going to touch your life,’ says Paula Bowen, who followed wise words from a former president's daughter.