More than 3 million people have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States.
Have you ever asked yourself, “Should I have had my first mammogram already?”
A group of breast cancer awareness advocates have recast a nursery rhyme to serve as a reminder that women should take charge of their health.
It's not just women who can be diagnosed with breast cancer. Approximately one in every 100 cases is a man.
It's not just women who can be diagnosed with breast cancer. Approximately 1 in every 100 breast cancer cases involve a man.
Diagnostic mammograms are now fully covered under state-regulated medical insurance plans and Medicaid.
Searching the internet about breast cancer can lead to many false reports and claims.
The specifics of each stage of breast cancer.
Many of us are aware that genetics can play a big role in the risk of getting breast cancer, but age is also a factor.
A hospice nurse who had to undergo radiation treatments as she battled breast cancer was fired from her job while on leave.
By now, it's safe to assume most people know: You see a pink ribbon and you immediately think of breast cancer awareness.
If you've heard of cancer, you've heard of breast cancer -- in fact, it's the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women.
Breast cancer awareness is abundant, as it well should be, but what we don't talk about often enough is breast cancer in men.
A new microsurgery done during some reconstruction processes is restoring the sense of touch for some women after undergoing a mastectomy.
New technology is helping patients make mammograms less painful by giving them more control during the procedure.
There are 31 million women living in the United States with a history of breast cancer. Of those women, 250,000 were diagnosed when they were younger than 40.
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La Familia Cortez is partnering with Susan G. Komen to raise money in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The surgery removes cancerous breast tissue or at-risk breast tissue.
Adel Hernandez lost her mother to breast cancer, and ever since then, she's been proactive about prevention.
More than 3.1 million women in the U.S. are living with breast cancer right now.
The symposium is the largest meeting of its kind in the world and attracted experts from more than 90 different countries.
Now new technology, called AeroForm, is changing the way expanders work.
Breast cancer patients can find support and information through forums and discussion boards.
Breast cancer can be a scary diagnosis. But several drugs can help shrink tumors and prevent a recurrence.
Women who use acupuncture instead of drugs to deal with breast-cancer treatment side effects do better, a study finds.
The stages of breast cancer can dictate a patient's treatment plan.
Find out why some types of breast cancer have different survival rates than others.
Courtney Bugler and her husband were planning on starting a family when their baby plans took an unexpected detour -- Courtney was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic find that drugs used to treat blood cancers may stop the spread of breast cancer cells.
Experts explain other symptoms you should be aware of that could signal breast cancer.
Younger women aren't immune to breast cancer. About 10,000 women under the age of 40 get diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
It's a personal, and for many women, an embarrassing issue to talk about.