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2 hrs ago | The China Post
Procter & Gamble yesterday celebrated 20 years of its 6 Minutes Protect A Life campaign that aims to promote women's cancer awareness.
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6 hrs ago | WCAX-TV Burlington
New research from the University of Vermont's College of Medicine shows breast cancer patients have low fitness and that's putting them at a higher risk of heart disease later on.
10 hrs ago | BellaOnline
Using complementary treatments such as acupuncture during breast cancer treatment can help strengthen the body and offer relief from some common side effects such as fatigue, nausea, and pain.
14 hrs ago | Newswise
LA JOLLA, Calif., April 18, 2014 - Scientists at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute provide compelling and conclusive evidence that antiestrogen resistance in breast cancer cells requires the interaction between proteins called BCAR1 and BCAR3.
More than 232,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer last year. When treatments fail and the cancer comes back, patients are often left with few options.
Carol Hachey said she was caught off guard in 2010 when a self-discovered lump brought her to the radiologist.
In the mid-2000s, Bershan Shaw was a thriving young woman living in New York City, pursuing her dream of being an actress.
Joan Redebaugh, Shades of Pink Foundation secretary, Jackie Rothfuss and Karen Bourlier, Foundation president, enjoy last year's walk.
On April 9, it released the latest evidence - research showing that a novel technique improves outcomes for women with breast cancer, the nation's No.
Here's one way to draw attention to the fight against breast cancer. More than 1,000 pink ribbons were put up around downtown Lansing Thursday as part of the fifth annual Lansing In The Pink Week.
Shyrea Thompson believes, in order to save women in D.C. from breast cancer, you've got to educate and support.
Two years ago doctors told Lisa Ridgeway she had triple negative breast cancer, a very aggressive disease with no cure.
Scientists have identified the first genetic variant specifically associated with the risk of a difficult-to-diagnose cancer sub-type accounting for around 10-15 per cent of all breast cancer cases.
Dr. Stephanie Goldpin, OBGYN; Beth Allen Reilly, breast cancer survivor and party host; and Dr. David Gruen, Director of Women's Imaging, Stamford Health Integrated Practices.
Patrick Blaisdell laughs as he readies to put on the bra he'll model to MC Hammer's "Hammertime."
The Lowcountry affiliate of Susan G. Komen will host its 2014 Survivor Celebration on Sunday, April 27 at the downtown Charleston Marriott from 3 to 5 p.m. This annual event brings together survivors from across the Komen Lowcountry Affiliate's 17-county service area and their family/ friends, known as 'co-survivors,' for an educational afternoon ... (more)