Husband And Wife Battle Breast Cancer TogetherA husband and wife are sharing their struggle and urging men to get checked for breast cancer.
ACS Changes Breast Cancer Screening GuidelinesThere is brand new advice from the American Cancer Society regarding breast cancer screening in today’s Journal of the American Medical Association.
Harvard Researchers Question Benefits Of MammogramsLocal researchers find greater breast cancer screening with mammography does lead to fewer breast cancer deaths.
Some Women Choosing More Invasive Breast Cancer Surgery When They Don't Need ToSome surgeons and oncologists are calling this the 'Angelina Jolie' effect.
Simmons College President Battles Breast CancerThe president of Simmons College talks about her fight with breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Screening Change Could Save LivesNext year, thousands of Massachusetts women will get some unsettling news in their mammogram results.
Brigham Clinical Trial Using CAT Scan In Operating Room To Better Target TumorsBrigham and Women's Hospital is using a method in which a CAT scan is employed in the middle of the operating room in order to remove small tumors.
Study Finds 70% Of Double Mastectomies Not Needed Some women with breast cancer choose to have a double mastectomy.
Study Finds Obesity Can Have Negative Effect On Young Breast Cancer PatientsA new study says obesity can have a negative effect on young breast cancer patients.
Harvard Study Raises Questions About Mammograms A recent study out of Harvard suggests that deciding when and how often to have a mammogram is not a black or white issue.
Boston Doctor Part Of Study That Could Change Treatment For Some Breast Cancers Dr. Eric Winer, chief of the division of Women’s Cancers in the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber, is speaking about breast cancer research at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium this week.
Quincy Conference To Show Cancer Patients 'The Art Of Living' Pauline Alighieri Executive Director of the Friends of Mel Foundation, is dedicated to showing cancer patients "the art of living."