PureGraft from Cytori is giving breast cancer patients a new option for reconstruction after mastectomy.
After a long fight with breast cancer, Elizabeth Edwards, 61, has passed away.
Regular screenings for breast cancer are your best defense against the disease as studies show spotting cancer early greatly increases your chances of survival.
It's breast cancer awareness month, and every woman should educate herself about the risks and what each of us can do to keep ourselves safe by having regular breast exams.
With a 1 in 3 survival rate, ovarian cancer is deadly and frightening, but there are positive steps you can take now to reduce your risk.
If you're concerned about getting a mammogram, you're not alone. This important diagnostic tool can help you catch breast cancer early.
Taking steps to reduce your risk benefits your entire health. Learn what you can do to decrease your risk of breast cancer.
Verdict: False... Meat is the best natural source of protein next to eggs and protein is the key to unlocking a faster metabolism, hence a leaner physique.
Researchers find that a high fat diet is associated with a 35% increased risk of breast cancer.
Breast cancer is a serious disease that not only threatens the lives of those diagnosed, but can also strip them of hope and dignity. Building a proper team for treatment is the best way to ensure a healthy outcome.
In a recent report on ABC 7 News in Washington DC, women were shown bare breasted performing a self breast exam, leading some to ask if the report went too far.
Early detection of breast cancer with mammograms starting at age 40 may save twice as many women age 40-50 from mastectomy.
In recognition of his work in the fight against breast cancer, Birmingham plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Beckenstein has received the BMW Ultimate Drive Local Hero Award, an honor bestowed in conjunction with Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
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We'll kick off breast cancer awareness month this morning with some information on self breast exams and share one patient's story of diagnosis and recovery. Also, Friday Fact or Fiction is coming up today where we'll give you the real story behind your weight and Type-2 diabetes.
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