More than 3 million people have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States.
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.
Some San Antonio police officers will be wearing pink patches on their uniforms in October.
Brachytherapy uses specific devices to really plant radiation directly at the source of the tumor.
Researchers are looking at a new way to confirm breast cancer faster during a mammogram while reducing the need for additional testing.
With one in eight American women developing breast cancer, most of us may know someone who has fought this terrible disease. However, there are some lesser known breast c...
Cancer patients who undergo mastectomies may choose to have breast reconstruction, while others may decide to skip further surgery and opt for a prosthesis. New technolog...
Earlier this year, the genetics company 23andMe got what could be life-changing news for people everywhere: The Food and Drug Administration cleared the company for a new...
New technology is helping patients make mammograms less painful by giving them more control during the procedure.
This mother of two really puts the “active” in “active-duty."
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.
A 9-year-old girl in Philadelphia is inspiring communities across the country with a pink lemonade challenge in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In San Antonio, a ...
A groundbreaking medical technique called Hidden Scar offers new hope to women who are diagnosed with breast cancer in the form of minimal cutting of the breast and a bet...
La Familia Cortez is partnering with Susan G. Komen to raise money in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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.
Men around the country are raising awareness that yes, men can get breast cancer, too.
Women who test positive for HER2 and their doctors are excited about a new drug that could cut the risk of cancer's return by a third.
Chief William McManus said all proceeds will then go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Every year, 400,000 women get breast implants
Doctors are calling it a first line of defense for advanced breast cancer.
Eleven percent of all new breast cancer cases are in women under 45.
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure marked its 20th year Saturday, and while the race has gotten bigger, the goal has not changed: Cut the number of breast cancer deaths...
Thousands of people wearing pink will pound the pavement Saturday morning for 20th annual Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.
The San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association presented a $4,500 check to Komen San Antonio Thursday morning at the Alamodome.
Experts are looking into if there is a link between breast cancer spreading to the lungs and asthma.
One woman said she is thankful for the help a local organization gave her during a rough time in her life.
Imagine a treatment for breast cancer that lasts about 10 minutes and is never needed again.
More than 150,000 women have breast reconstruction surgery and breast conserving surgery every year. Thirty percent may require repeat surgeries. But there’s new technol...
The only thing worse than finding out you have breast cancer, is learning it has spread to other parts of your body. Now researchers in Seattle have made a discovery that...
Thousands of people affected by breast cancer laced up their tennis shoes for the 19th annual Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.
The 19th annual Susan G. Komen "Race for the Cure" will be held this Saturday, April 9, at the Alamodome and VIA Transit will offer park and ride services to the event.