A man’s lifetime risk of getting breast cancer is 1:833. Meet the one.
Following a breast cancer screening program can provide a 60 percent lower risk of dying from the disease.
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.
Even though she lost her hair to treatments, Ruth Hourani learned to feel beautiful again thanks to Beautiful You, a free program for women battling cancer.
The first lady’s daughter encourages women to make breast cancer detection and prevention a priority.
Siblings Gloria Kragt and Judith Woodwyk battled breast cancer together. And won.
If you want to live a longer, healthier life, catching cancer early is key. Here's how.
One woman set aside her skepticism and followed her doctor's advice to get a mammogram. It saved her life.
A radiology technologist catches her own cancer in its earliest stages while testing her hospital's new 3-D mammography technology.
The verdict is in: This circuit court judge wouldn't allow her diagnosis to change her life.
Ms. Wheelchair America contestants, who sometimes have difficulty finding chair-friendly imaging machines, rolled in for mammograms.
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