A woman’s risk of developing breast 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 breast cancer while pregnant.
It all started with words from my doctor that I never expected to hear.
Jeff Flynn, 65, of Long Island, New York, was shocked when he was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in 2011
A new mom who is also a breast 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 breast cancer.
For patients with breast cancer, it’s important to know which stage of the disease they have.
While going through treatment may seem daunting, two breast cancer patients who became good friends have spoken out about their experiences — and have shared their advice.
January Jones is encouraging women to get mammograms.