Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are continuing their string of cute appearances and PDA, but this time at an event for a good cause. Emma is continuing to speak out about cancer on behalf of her mother and breast cancer survivor, Krista Stone, and yesterday she took to the podium to honor her.
The King of Prussia Mall in Pennsylvania kicked out three sisters last Sunday for wearing matching hats with a message: Fuk Cancer. Over one of the letters was a strategically placed pink breast cancer ribbon. The ladies, who spoke to the ABC News affiliate WPVI, said they...
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Kyle Richards may owe her life to Angelina Jolie. A week after that A-lister revealed in a moving New York Times piece that she underwent a double mastectomy, Richards Tweeted that she'll soon be following the star's lead. "I lost my...Show More Summary
Was there ever a better couple?? Angelina Jolie shocked the world when she revealed she had a double mastectomy to PREVENT breast cancer. It was one of the bravest things any celebrity had ever done before. Now, knowing Miz Jolie, she would have been able to make it through all of this all by herself [...]
Breast health awareness, a given in this country, often is not an option in others. Yet enhancing awareness of breast cancer has been cited by international experts as a key element of all interventions.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield showed support for Emma's mom at the Peace, Love & A Cure Breast Cancer Foundation benefit in Cresskill, NJ, yesterday. The couple shared a sweet kiss before Emma took the stage alongside her brother Spencer to present an award to their mom Krista, who is a breast cancer survivor. Show More Summary
Emma Stone dolls ups while attending the 2013 Peace, Love & A Cure Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation Benefit on Tuesday (May 21) in Cresskill, N.J. The 24-year-old actress was joined by her mom Krista, a breast cancer survivor, Mary J Blige and boyfriend Andrew Garfield, who she was seen kissing. PHOTOS: Check out the [...]
Stepping out in support of a charity close to her heart, Emma Stone was in attendance at the 2013 Peace, Love & A Cure Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation Benefit on Tuesday evening (May 21) in Cresskill, NJ. The "Crazy, Stupid,...Show More Summary
Victoria's Secret's research says making a mastectomy bra for breast cancer survivors is just too much work.
Back in January, the daughter of a breast cancer survivor started an online petition to ask Victoria’s Secret to design a bra for women who have undergone mastectomies. She wrote that she wanted the retailer to create the bra for her mother, and other cancer survivors because often “shopping for bras is such a discouraging, time consuming and frustrating ordeal.” … [More]
On April 14, The United States Preventive Services Task Force concluded that women with an elevated risk of breast cancer – who have never been diagnosed with breast cancer but whose family history and other medical factors increase their odds of developing the disease–should consider taking one of two pills that cut that risk in half. [...]
When Angelina Jolie announced that she’d undergone a bilateral mastectomy to prevent the breast cancer for which a genetic mutation puts her at high risk, I found myself, as a doctor and as a woman, full of admiration and gratitude for her… and also, in retrospect, for Betty Ford. In a single New York Times [...]
Ms. Brenner, who led Breast Cancer Action for 15 years, took on the medical establishment and industrial companies as she crusaded for research on the disease.
As all the world knows, actress Angelina Jolie had her breasts cut off as way o prevent breast cancer that she was very likely to get some day. Jolie took action after a genetic test revealed that she carried a variant of the BRCA 1 gene that boosted her lifetime risk of breast cancer to nearly 90 percent. Show More Summary
The ACLU mourns the loss of a great leader, tenacious activist, and close friend of the organization. Barbara Brenner, the longtime director of Breast Cancer Action ("BCA"), was a frequent and trusted ACLU collaborator – as an employee...Show More Summary
What a strange, angry column Jennifer Graham has written for The Boston Globe about Angelina Jolie. To read it, you would never know that Jolie had an 87 percent chance of getting breast cancer. Instead, Graham portrays it as a … Continue reading ?
We live in a strange world. What would happen if tomorrow a common sedative was found to cause 21,000 cancer deaths every year? What if it resulted in breast cancer, mouth cancer, hepatoma and esophageal malignancies, and if the average patient lost 19 years of life? What if the drug also killed by cirrhosis, massive [...]
Sometimes, more medical information is a bad thing. The influential United States Preventive Services Task Force recommends against most women getting genetic screenings for their susceptibility to breast cancer. Why? Because the tests...Show More Summary