By Justin Caba | Wed, 08/06/2014 - 17:00
One out of three women carrying the PALB2 gene mutation stand the risk of developing breast cancer by the time they reach 70.
By Justin Caba | Fri, 08/01/2014 - 00:00
Oral contraceptives containing a high dose of estrogen, and other combination pills, can increase a woman's risk of developing breast cancer.
By Lecia Bushak | Wed, 07/16/2014 - 16:45
Male breast cancer is 100 times less common than female breast cancer, but it’s important enough for the FDA to begin recruiting more volunteers for research opportunities.
By Justin Caba | Wed, 06/25/2014 - 10:36
Doreta Norris, a Georgia breast cancer patient, didn't let her double mastectomy stop her from dancing all the way to the operating room.
By Anthony Rivas | Tue, 06/10/2014 - 18:25
Women who tended to have more moles in two new studies were also more prone to developing breast cancer. But don't go counting the moles on your arm yet.
By Justin Caba | Wed, 05/28/2014 - 13:09
Monokini 2.0 art project offers breast cancer survivors the perfect swimsuit for women left with one breast following a mastectomy.
By Justin Caba | Tue, 04/29/2014 - 12:09
Former hospital technician Rachael Rapraeger falsified the mammogram reports of 1,300 women in hopes of avoiding tedious paperwork.
By Susan Scutti | Tue, 04/22/2014 - 16:57
A team of researchers discovered that a false-positive mammogram may cause women a little temporary anxiety, but it does not negatively impact their willingness to undergo future breast cancer screening.
By Lecia Bushak | Sat, 04/12/2014 - 18:20
A new study pinpoints carotenoids as beneficial to breast health; these pigments found in various veggies can help prevent benign breast disease.
By Lecia Bushak | Thu, 04/10/2014 - 16:46
The rumors circulating around the Internet that bras cause breast cancer may point to a need for further research, despite the fact that most medical institutions dismiss the claims.
By John Ericson | Sun, 04/06/2014 - 18:11
Breast cancer patients who took Pfizer's new drug palbociclib went twice as long before their disease worsened compared to patients who didn't take the drug.