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Previous books about Eliot Ness deal with the legendary Chicago lawman who led The Untouchables, took on Al Capone and saved a city's soul.
Many women and their doctors are taking issue with a recent study that suggests mammography is no better than annual clinical breast exams in reducing deaths from breast cancer.
Donatti, who found out last July that she had breast cancer and, in the months that followed, lost all of her hair through chemotherapy and radiation treatments, had left her wig off during a trip to Orlando, Fla., the first week of February.
Pauline Boyd, 61, will become one of the first women in the country to undergo breast tissue expansion.
The Hampton Court Pink Ribbon Walk is coming up in May, and one woman is making it two years in a row for a very good reason.
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust has been able to upgrade operating theatre equipment so that surgeons can view digital mammography to guide them during surgery.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute , Vol. 92, No. 4. , pp. 328-332, doi:10.1093/jnci/92.4.328 BACKGROUND: Hormone replacement therapy given as unopposed estrogen replacement therapy gained widespread popularity in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s.
A simple, face-to-face chat can be a starting point in helping women survive breast cancer.
Last year in Ballarat alone, almost 11,000 women underwent a mammogram, the most reliable way of detecting breast cancer.
A CANCER patient from Oakdale has modelled at a fashion show at the Wales Millennium Centre to raise money for Breast Cancer Care Cymru.
The growth of the respective sector is further filliped by the increasing number of health related issues surfacing on account of changing lifestyle and incessantly evolving surroundings.
Marline Van Duyne almost underwent chemotherapy without knowing whether she was among the 80 percent of people with her type of breast cancer who don't need it.
THRILL seekers are in high demand at the Great Western Hospital to help them raise cash for a cutting-edge breast cancer treatment.
Curling irons, makeup brushes and hairspray bottles covered tables outside Coconut Point mall in Estero on Friday while breast cancer survivors got glam.
A retired elementary school teacher has found a new type of therapy to help her battle breast cancer - spending time at an Upstate gun range.