Sometimes, good luck strikes at exactly the right moment. Just ask Gina Short, who's been battling breast cancer for the last six years. In a wonderful twist of fate, she won the North Carolina Education Lottery twice in less than three...Show More Summary
A new study reports that short sleep duration combined with frequent snoring reported prior to cancer diagnosis may influence subsequent breast cancer survival.
Paulette Leaphart's brave journey is inspiring women everywhere - including Beyoncé - to love their bodies and themselves.
Stewart Cink is a man who has his priorities in order. On Tuesday, the 2009 British Open champion announced via Twitter that his wife has been diagnosed with breast cancer and that he was therefore taking an indefinite break from golf to take care of her. “Last week my wife, Lisa, and I received some unfortunate […]
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2015. I share the learning that jolted me back on track to a new life. This is my fourth posting. My energy level was low after my two surgeries. I could only be out of bed for two hours at the time. Show More Summary
Pro golfer Stewart Cink says his wife Lisa has been his "biggest supporter" since their teenage years. "It's now time for me to return the favor," Cink adds. The PGA Tour pro is quitting golf indefinitely to support Lisa, who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. SEE ALSO: LeBron James has now won more NBA playoff games than Michael Jordan. Show More Summary
The GW Cancer Institute, the patient-centered care and health equity arm of the newly established GW Cancer Center, was presented with a $100,000 check from The Avon Foundation for Women at the AVON 39 The Walk to End Breast Cancer closing ceremonies in Washington, D.C.
Stewart Cink, who won the 2009 British Open and has top-three finishes in each of the three other majors, announced Tuesday that he’s stepping away from golf to care for his wife, Lisa, who has breast cancer. Cink released a statement through the PGA Tour: “Last week my wife, Lisa, and I received some unfortunate […]
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Wednesday, May 4. All times are Eastern. Top picks Heartbeat (NBC, 8 p.m.): In “Permanent Glitter” (dope episode title, by the way), “when a transgender woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, Alex and Ji-Sung fight to save her life and her identity.” Where does the glitter come in? Hopefully every single scene. Show More Summary
Stewart Cink, the British Open champion in 2009, said he was taking a break from golf after learning that his wife, Lisa, had breast cancer.
SERIES Heartbeat Alex and Ji-Sung (Melissa George, Maya Erskine) treat a transgender woman’s (guest star Candis Cayne, “I Am Cait”) breast cancer. 8 p.m. NBC Arrow Still despondent over the team’s recent loss, Diggle (David Ramsey) is determined to find Andy (Eugene Byrd) and settle the score....
We are so inspired by their story! Pink Plate — started by Chere Rush, Heather McCullough, Deborah Bordeau, Carla Kimbal, and Heather Solari — is an organization selling specialized California license plates to raise money for breast cancer awareness! Related: Breast Cancer Survivor Will Walk 1,000 Miles Topless! The women — who are all breast cancer survivors — [...]
Stewart Cink announced Tuesday that his wife, Lisa, has a form of breast cancer and that he will be taking a break from competitive golf to support her and battle with the condition. “Last week my wife, Lisa, and I received some unfortunate news. Show More Summary
Former British Open champion Stewart Cink says he is taking a break from golf after learning his wife has breast cancer.
Body image identity varies among women who have undergone treatment for breast cancer with many rejecting mainstream body shape ideals, new research shows.
Researchers have shed light on which gene mutations and mutational signatures drive breast cancer development, bringing us closer to personalized treatment for the disease.
Just three weeks earlier, she had noticed something strange about one of her breasts. An irregular shape. Her daughter brought her to the doctor, and soon the patient, I’ll call her Amanda, was diagnosed with breast cancer, stage “to be determined.” In fact, she was now in an oncologist’s office, learning what tests she would […]
Hepatitis Awareness Month is observed the entire month of May. Unlike HIV or breast cancer, hepatitis B and C are the awkward diseases that comedians joke about, but few understand the seriousness of these problems. Viral hepatitis desperately...Show More Summary
The largest-ever study to sequence the whole genomes of breast cancers has uncovered five new genes associated with the disease and 13 new mutational signatures that influence tumor development. Two new studies pinpoint where genetic variations in breast cancers occur. Show More Summary
AUGUSTA, Ga. - Two existing chemotherapy drugs appear to be a powerful pair in targeting errant stem cells that are making breast cancer and enabling its spread and recurrence, scientists report. A combination of the drugs, 5-azacytidine...Show More Summary