For the first time in two decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed an update to its national mammogram regulations in an effort to modernize ****** cancer screenings for women — especially for those with dense breasts.
A woman’s risk of developing ****** cancer may increase after giving birth, a new study published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine this week states.
How one woman fought for her family, and her health, after being diagnosed with triple-negative ****** cancer while pregnant.
Jeff Flynn, 65, of Long Island, New York, was shocked when he was diagnosed with stage 3 ****** cancer in 2011
A new mom who is also a ****** cancer survivor has received kudos from supporters nationwide after posting a photo of the “No breastfeeding zone” banner she hung above her maternity bed.
“Mammogram.” “Triple-negative.” “Tumor stage.” Women may hear some — or all — of these words while speaking to their doctors about ****** cancer.
For patients with ****** cancer, it’s important to know which stage of the disease they have.
There are multiple ****** cancer symptoms that women can look out for — and speak to their doctors about if they’re spotted.
While going through treatment may seem daunting, two ****** cancer patients who became good friends have spoken out about their experiences — and have shared their advice.