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Dr. Catherine Van Poznak, from the University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center, is studying ways to diagnose, treat and prevent bone loss and discomfort among women diagnosed with breast cancer. She is also studying ways to identify breast cancers that are more likely to spread to the bone.
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I called to schedule a mammogram and they asked me my age; I said 39. The lady said, "You are not old enough to get one without a doctor's order. Ask your doctor and then we can schedule." So I did. After a mammogram they did the ultrasound, and all of the sudden the tech stopped...
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Flash Mob Performance!
A group of oh-so-talented dancers came together at the Palisades Center Mall to Stand Up To Cancer. Watch the official video below and dance along to Pink's song!
As November is nearing an end, so is my Giving Thanks series. I almost titled this last article as “Giving Thanks to Breast Cancer” and then I realized that was highly inaccurate. Not everyone – or anyone for that matter – would actually give thanks to such a horrible disease. While thinking more about it,...
Looking for a video to get you into the Thanksgiving Day spirit? Check out this adorable video of a hamster and his friends enjoying a tiny version of the Thanksgiving feast!
On Sunday Nov. 2, Lauren Hill scored the first basket in the 2014-2015 season of college basketball. In September she was told she had an inoperable brain tumor and had several months to live.
A recent study found that yoga, relaxation with imagery and meditation were the most helpful alternative therapies for improving breast cancer patients moods and lessening their stress and anxiety.
When sweet, six-year-old Kyleigh sat down to a Thanksgiving feast at her school, the last thing she expected was to see her mother, United States Air Force Staff Sgt. Patricia Ryan, who had been in Afghanistan for the last six months...