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.
Study shows women who focused on nutrition reduced their risk of breast cancer death by 21%.
A man’s lifetime risk of getting breast cancer is 1:833. Meet the one.
Following a brain cancer diagnosis, Polly Spence's family moved her from Florida to Michigan for surgery and rehabilitation.
While certain genetic mutations can increase a woman's chances of a diagnosis, three specific actions can help offset the risks.
Amid a second bout of breast cancer, Kathy Shoemaker's faith has become stronger than ever.
Bagpipe music heralds a big milestone for a woman completing her second-last infusion of her breast cancer treatment.
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.