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You're on the go, heading out for a walk with Fido or taking a class at the gym.
Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust , which raises cash for the hospital, is urging the local community to help make a difference this festive period by donating to the 'ACT on Cancer' campaign.
Auxiliary members gathered for their annual meeting, and welcomed Patti Domask, RN, WMH's breast health coordinator.
Elin Cooke sits cross-legged on her hospital bed, trying to decide what she wants for her "chemo lunch."
That's because Kristen Maurer already gave her twin, Kelly McCarthy, a very special gift: a piece of herself, literally.
Nearly 150 days separate the last day of the winter holidays from the first unofficial day of summer - Memorial Day.
On a Saturday morning in Carytown, her client is there inside the Trademark Tattoo studio for more than just some ink.
Dr. Oz says women who keep their cell phones in their bras may be putting themselves at risk for breast cancer.
Grand Wine and Spirit and Waterford Wine and Spirit stores raised $2,000 for the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation in honor of October Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Dr Isaac Antwi, a Surgeon at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi has urged women to visit the hospital regularly to screen their breasts for early detection of symptoms of breast cancer.
Jane Frost, left, president of the International Breast Cancer Paddlers' Commission, and Kim Bonomo, president/capatin of Save Our Sisters of Miami, are in town for the debut of the Manatee-Sarasota breast cancer dragon boat team.
Some 36% of breast cancer patients will die from their disease by 2020, down from 61% in 1992, research suggests Just over a third - 36% - of breast cancer patients will ultimately die from their disease, down from 61% in 1992.
Exactly three weeks after her double mastectomy , Amy Robach returned to Good Morning America on Thursday to give thanks and speak candidly about her cancer ordeal.
Data that details every gene in the DNA of 410 people with Alzheimer's disease can now be studied by researchers, the U.S. National Institutes of Health announced this week.
The treatment of breast cancer usually involves surgery followed by a course of chemotherapy, radiotherapy, or hormone therapy designed to reduce the risk of recurrence.