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AnaOno Intimates' latest lingerie campaign features 5 brave women who have dealt with breast cancer in various ways. Find out their stories here.
Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Chicago have received a three-year, $900,000 Defense Department grant to investigate how the gut microbiome - the trillions of bacteria, viruses and other bugs that make our digestive systems their home - influences breast cancer.
A sudden breast cancer diagnosis will shake even the hardiest soul. But when Linh Quan received her news in the Spring of 2012, it was like being doubly kicked when she was already down.
(University of Illinois at Chicago) Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Chicago have received a three-year, $900,000 Defense Department grant to investigate how the gut microbiome -- the trillions of bacteria, viruses and other bugs that make our digestive systems their home -- influences breast cancer.
(American College of Surgeons) The most comprehensive study of its kind to date found that older women enjoy the same benefits from breast reconstruction following mastectomy for breast cancer as younger women without a significant increase in the risk for complications.
Breast cancer will be diagnosed in 1 in 9 Canadian women. The scores of Canadians who know women affected by breast cancer know it affects women from all walks of life without discrimination. Yet, as with all cancers, we hold out hope that causes and risk factors can be identified. If links can be proven, […]
Stevens survived breast cancer, three heart attacks, brain surgery and diabetes.
(University of Granada) Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) and from hospitals Virgen de las Nieves and San Cecilio (Granada) have proved that telerehabilitation (rehabilitation with the help of the Internet, using the application...Show More Summary
Triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) is one of the most aggressive types of breast cancer, and is also one of the most difficult to treat, but researchers from McGill University Health Center in Canada have discovered a potential screening strategy for something known as prolactin, a hormone...
Jessica Simpson strikes a pose on the pink carpet while attending the 2016 FFANY Shoes On Sale Gala Fundraiser hosted by QVC at The Waldorf Astoria on Tuesday (October 25) in New York City. The 36-year-old entertainer and fashion designer was joined at the event by Martha Hunt and Jill Martin. PHOTOS: Check out the [...]
The University of Minnesota is one of two grand prize winners in the National Cancer Institute's Up for A Challenge (U4C) Breast Cancer Challenge Award that will help further the University's innovative work in exploring genetic connections in breast cancer research.
Did you know that during the month of October you can help save lives by mapping your travel routes? In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, MapQuest is turning pink and putting their money where their routes are with Maps for Mammos. Show More Summary
(ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group) TMIST will enroll 165,000 asymptomatic women in the US and Canada, between the ages of 45 and 74, to compare the incidence of advanced cancers in those screened for four years with digital breast tomosynthesis vs. Show More Summary
Study suggests a prolactin receptor screen could identify triple-negative breast cancer patients with a less aggressive cancer and a better prognosis.
A Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey researcher has received a $596,250 award (W81XWH-16-1-0358) from the U.S. Department of Defense to study the role of chronic stress in breast cancer development. The focus of the work is to explore how chronic stress impacts breast cancer risk and to provide a foundation that can guide prevention strategies.
For the first time as a mom, Nikki gets to do something that many new parents take for granted: wear her baby on her chest. When Nikki's breast cancer battle began, she had only had the chance to experience motherhood for three months. Show More Summary
Around 40,000 individual women die of breast cancer each and every year. Sisters. Mothers. Daughters. Spouses. Friends. For each of these women and their loved ones breast cancer is a personal tragedy. Breast cancer is also a public health crisis and social justice issue. Show More Summary