Foxboro Barber Shaves His Head In Support Of Woman With Stage 4 Breast CancerA 40-year-old Attleboro woman was surprised when a barber shaved his own head after shaving hers.
COVID May Be Linked To Increase In Breast Cancer Deaths Over Next 10 YearsResearchers say they are concerned about the potential impact COVID-19 might have on cancer survival rates.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: 'The Standard Mammogram Is Missing 50% Of Breast Cancer Diagnoses'October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and here are a few tips from an expert for women of all ages to keep in mind.
Breast Cancer Survivor Urges Routine Screenings During PandemicBecause of the pandemic, some experts worry there could be a delayed flood of diagnoses, potentially at more advanced stages.
Dana Farber Changes Breast Cancer Treatment Plans During Coronavirus PandemicDana Farber Cancer Institute is making changes to their treatment plans for patients with breast cancer during the pandemic to reduce in-person visits and decrease immunosuppression.
Breast Cancer Survivor Advises Getting Mammograms Once Coronavirus Threat EndsMammograms are postponed right now, but a breast cancer survivor wants everyone to prioritize them when the threat of coronavirus is behind us.
Artificial Intelligence Beats Doctors At Detecting Breast Cancer In StudyGoogle says it has developed an artificial intelligence system that can detect the presence of breast cancer more accurately than doctors.
Losing Weight And Keeping It Off May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk, Study SaysA new study shows if women lose weight and keep it off, they can reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Dana-Farber Study: New Drugs Show Rare Promise Against Advanced Breast CancerDoctors on Wednesday reported unusually good results from tests of two experimental drugs in women with an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Study: Hair Dye, Chemical Straighteners May Increase Breast Cancer RiskThere has been concern that hair dye might promote cancer for some time but the data has been conflicting.
Breast Cancer Survivor & Boston Influencer Built Cancer Patient CommunityWhile battling cancer, Alicia Staley helped start weekly Twitter chats using #BCSM, connecting patients with each other, and with experts.
Breast Cancer Vaccine In Development, Researchers SayJust like getting a flu shot to prevent the flu, one day women may be able to get a vaccine to treat or prevent breast cancer.
Running Helps Oncology Nurse Through Cancer BattleDiagnosed with breast cancer five years ago, Colleen Chin credits running with getting her through the harsh treatments she's endured.
Women Who Quit Drinking Alcohol May Have Better Mental Well-BeingA new study finds that quitting alcohol could improve a woman's quality of life.
Morning People May Have Lower Breast Cancer Risk, Study SuggestsWomen who said they preferred to get out of bed early were found to have a lower risk of breast cancer than those who stay up late.