This is just tragic. This poor family has been through the literal wringer. First the mother had cervical cancer and overcame it. Then the father had non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and fought
Chrissy Turner, an 8-year-old girl of Centerville, Utah, learner earlier this month that she has a rare form of breast cancer, a shocking discovery not only to her and her family, but to the doctors who said this is the youngest diagnosis they have ever seen. Show More Summary
A young girl from Centerville, Utah, 8-year-old Chrissy Turner, has been diagnosed with a very rare type of breast cancer, which has been found in only "one in a million" people.
Chrissy Turner, an 8-year-old from Utah, was recently diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer. Normally, children around 8-years-old aren’t even worrying about Junior High School yet. They’re looking forward to recess, doodling in class, and playing tag. Show More Summary
At only 8, Chrissy Turner is one of the youngest patients ever to undergo a mastectomy for a "one in a million" type of juvenile breast canc
To more efficiently treat breast cancer, scientists have been researching molecules that selectively bind to cancer cells and deliver a substance that can kill the tumor cells, for several years. Researchers from the University and University...Show More Summary
It's been a whirlwind of a year for Sandra Lee, but she's coming out on top! After it was revealed in March that the TV chef was diagnosed with breast cancer, she underwent a double mastectomy, only to have scary complications to follow. Video: Angelina Jolie Sits Down For An Interview About Her Health & More! Now cancer-free, [...]
Your typical third grader starts learning the multiplication tables, can read chapter books, and runs around with friends during recess - but for Chrissy Turner, being a third grader has been much different. For this sweet 8-year-old...Show More Summary
An increased uptake of preventative double mastectomies has been seen since May 2013, when Angelina Jolie announced that she had undergone the procedure.
Additional breast cancers found with MRI are sometimes larger and potentially more aggressive than those found on mammography, according to a new study. Researchers said that in some cases MRI findings of additional cancers not seen on mammography may necessitate a change in treatment.
Thanks to a deluge of public health campaigns in the United States over the past decade, everyone knows how good breastfeeding can be for your child beyond simple nutrition. Breast milk is known for its disease-fighting power that can...Show More Summary
Local doctors reportedly said this is the youngest such diagnosis they’ve ever seen.
OAK BROOK, Ill. - Additional breast cancers found with MRI are sometimes larger and potentially more aggressive than those found on mammography, according to a study published online in the journal Radiology. Researchers said that in some cases MRI findings of additional cancers not seen on mammography may necessitate a change in treatment. read more
Researchers at a breast cancer prevention clinic in Manchester, UK, have observed an increased uptake of preventative double mastectomies since May 2013, when Angelina Jolie announced that she had undergone the procedure. read more
A pair of RNA molecules originally thought to be no more than cellular housekeepers are deleted in over a quarter of common human cancers, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Breast cancer patients...Show More Summary
Distinguished contributions to understanding p53 tumor suppression in stem cells and breakthrough advances in treating breast cancer have earned two scientists at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center membership in a notable association of scholars. read more
In March, Angelina Jolie wrote about her decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to prevent breast cancer. This week, in an interview with Australia's Daily Telegraph to promote her new film with husband Brad Pitt, "By...Show More Summary
USC researchers have developed a mathematical model to forecast metastatic breast cancer survival rates using techniques usually reserved for weather prediction, financial forecasting and surfing the Web. For decades, medical schools...Show More Summary
You can't wear pink to honor your late mother who died of breast cancer, nor can you pay tribute to your late father by writing his nickname on your eye black. But wearing a hoodie underneath your jersey like a fourth-grader on his...Show More Summary