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For a year Palo Alto City Councilwoman Liz Kniss held a closely guarded secret shared only with her husband and with four friends.
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A woman lies on an operating table, her breasts exposed. A surgeon uses a scalpel to pierce her skin with a scalpel, removing a small, hard lump of tissue - a tumour - and places it in a sterile tray.
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On May 14, The New York Times published a moving essay by Angelina Jolie in which the actor revealed she had undergone a double mastectomy -- even though she did not have breast cancer.
Pasco Clerk of Court Paula O'Neil, who had always emerged healthy during routine mammograms, got the diagnosis.
Funnyman Chris Rock is selling a walk-on role in his next movie to raise money for a breast cancer charity.
Minogue, who herself battled breast cancer, said she thought Jolie's decision to go public was brave.
THE NUMBER of women under the age of 50 being diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK has exceeded 10,000 for the first time, according to figures released by Cancer Research UK.
Prof. Linda Solomon said that Carol's continued determination made her the most special of students.
Creighton head basketball coach Greg McDermott and his wife, Theresa, a breast cancer survivor, meet with cancer patient Misty Biel at Methodist Hospital on Thursday.
There are several myths around breast cancer. Paloma Sharma traces the risk factors, lists preventive measures and counts the facts about the dreaded disease.
A study to confirm this technique's effectiveness is under way at Mercy Breast Center in Springfield, Mo.
Wakefield woman who is in her first year as a Race for Life organiser will be thinking of the loss of own mum who inspired her to take up the job.
The "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" event held Saturday night at the Franklin Rodeo, raised $6,500 for Williamson Medical Center's Breast Health Center.
Chances are that you know someone who has faced a battle with breast cancer. In fact 1-8 U.S. women will develop some type of breast cancer in their lifetime.
Thank you to Marnie Eisenstadt for her article raising awareness about issues involved with genetic testing for the breast and ovarian cancer risk genes, known as BRCA1 and BRCA2.
Recently Angelina Jolie announced that she underwent a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery in order to reduce her risk of developing breast cancer, she said she "hopes other women can benefit from my experience". When she found out what her odds of developing cancer were, Jolie became proactive and decided to reduce her risk to a minimum.