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A new statistical analysis finds that women under age 50 who were diagnosed with breast cancer were also more likely to have recently been on some versions of the Pill.
2 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
A new clinic at Mercy Hospital Cadillac aims to make a breast cancer diagnosis and follow-up treatment faster, easier and more comfortable for women.
Pepsi Jimenez, center, is seen at last year's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K Walk.
Experts agree that women who begin menstruating late or start menopause early are at an increased breast cancer risk because they produce more estrogen throughout their life compared to other women.
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP - When producers at Good Morning America asked news anchor Amy Robach to undergo her first mammogram in October on live television, her first reaction was, "'Are you kidding me? You want me to do what? There is no way,'" she said.
Fellowship trained breast surgeon, Dr. Lisa Allen, Director Capital Health Center for Comprehensive Breast Care speaks with a reporter.
Innovative research by Rene Bernards, Ph.D., the co-founder of Agendia, Inc., has identified a gene signature that has potential to identify which patients will benefit from tamoxifen therapy.
The Gillette News Record reported Thursday that the technology is called tomosynthesis, and it aims to catch instances of breast cancer earlier and more effectively.
The wife of Daniel O'Donnell has been a vocal advocate for breast cancer since her shock diagnosis in xxx last year and she's nearly at the end of her road to recovery.
Just as no two people possess the same genetic makeup, a recent study has shown that no two single tumor cells in breast cancer patients have an identical genome.
Those who work with young adults say the reality of cancer is awful at any age, but in the very young it can be heartbreaking.
Julie Szasz with her daughter Eva at their home in St-Lazare. Szasz was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 that spread to her bones, but is in remission now.
Having a baby. Being diagnosed with cancer. Two life-changing events. A doctor at Jennie Edmundson hospital found herself dealing with both - at the same time.
New help for breast cancer patients struggling with difficult side effects caused by drugs taken to prevent a recurrence.
The Battle Creek Coyotes will be raising money for our beneficiary, Crissy Castellanos who is battling cancer.
David and Matthew Toye will be taking on the Prudential Ride 100, a 100-mile cycle challenge through London and Surrey, on Sunday, August 10. Mr Toye, of Upper Welland is 72, and his son Matthew, who now lives in Guildford with his family, is 42 , giving them a combined age of 114.
Light at night has already been widely linked to poorer sleep quality , but now even dim light is being shown to interfere with a breast cancer drug's ability to do its job.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 08:21 am
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