COVID-19 has forced millions to change plans and cancel appointments. Don't let it keep you from mammograms and routine medical appointments.
When COVID-19 paused in-person yoga classes, patients battling cancer came together online.
After seeing a trend of cancer in her family tree, a 27-year-old sought genetic testing to discover her personal risk.
Mobile mammography services travel to the Upper Peninsula, providing cancer screening to underserved communities.
A routine screening made all the difference for Michigan mom Tabitha Wolters, 44.
In experimental trials involving patients with an aggressive form of breast cancer, the drug Keytruda led to improved outcomes.
Resources abound for women who experience menopause symptoms while battling breast cancer.
The more pounds a woman loses, the lower her risk.
Doctors can help save lives when they know the risk factors involved—and early detection is the best starting point.
A breast cancer diagnosis stuns Amy Flynn following her husband’s brain surgery.
After skipping her mammogram for 20-plus years, Kathy Hicks learned she had breast cancer the hard way.
After successfully battling breast cancer and living with lymphedema, Pam Goodfellow now works to strengthen others engaged in the battle.