Nov 25, 2013:
Staff of The Breast Cancer Site collected 100 inspiring stories of survival and courage for a new ebook.
Jun 26, 2013:
Researchers believe that targeting stem cancer stem cells may lengthen remission time for women with aggressive forms of breast cancer.
May 15, 2013:
She did the research. She had the surgery. She made a very personal decision, and she bravely chose to share that decision with the world. But what should this mean to other women?
Apr 22, 2013:
In India and elsewhere, cancer societies are urging families to talk to Mom about getting a mammogram this Mother's Day.
Apr 19, 2013:
University of Michigan and others are working to make doctors more aware of the need to monitor for heart problems.
Apr 9, 2013:
Approximately one-quarter of the women who should take hormone-blocking therapies as part of their breast cancer treatment either do not start or do not complete the five-year course, says a new study.
Mar 12, 2013:
Thanks to new navigation and a more intuitive interface, helping your favorite cause is always just a click away. Read about five easy ways to help at The Breast Cancer Site.
Dec 5, 2012:
For some types of breast cancer, doubling the length of tamoxifen treatment from five years to ten years may save lives.
Dec 5, 2012:
Joanne Silberner interviews Partners In Health doctors and nurses about the battle against breast cancer in Haiti.
Oct 15, 2012:
Experts laud NFL for "going pink" in October.
Oct 9, 2012:
According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, the number of women diagnosed with breast cancer continues to rise.
Oct 3, 2012:
Early detection makes targeted therapies more effective according to this news video.
Oct 2, 2012:
Her book is just part of her efforts to share what she’s learned. Along with her husband Tom, Hauser started Made For More ministries (M4M).
Oct 1, 2012:
Women veterans may have a 20% to 40% higher risk of developing breast cancer according to recent studies.
Sep 25, 2012:
Can treatment of breast cancer be too aggressive? A University of Michigan study aims to find out.