Besides the usual suspects we worry about when it comes to our diets, should cancer be something we should add to our list of food worries?
When you hear "breast cancer" it can actually mean one of several kinds of problems.
Find out why some types of breast cancer have different survival rates than others.
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Making some lifestyle choices can help lower your risk of some cancers.
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After battling breast cancer, one woman puts back on her running shoes to fight against the disease.
Listen as Pamela tells the story of her fight against breast cancer.
Experts explain other symptoms you should be aware of that could signal breast cancer.
Angelina Jolie's decision to undergo a double mastectomy earlier this year has other women wondering if they also should take action.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic find that drugs used to treat blood cancers may stop the spread of breast cancer cells.
Cancer rates are higher in some minority groups, but some organizations now offer aid specifically to people with those backgrounds.
If you think you are at risk for breast cancer there are some things you can do to try to be proactive against the disease.
When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer one of the decisions she might have to make is whether to have the tumor removed through a lumpectomy or a mastectomy.
It may be hard to talk about a friend's cancer, but opening the door to communication can help with healing.
In addition to common treatments, many cancer patients are also using alternative methods to help control their cancer and effects from medications.
Take a look at some of the foods -- including broccoli and blueberries -- that might help people fight breast cancer.
Women who need a mastectomy also need to think about what their bodies will look like after surgery, a doctors' group says.
Younger women aren't immune to breast cancer. About 10,000 women under the age of 40 get diagnosed with breast cancer each year.
After treatment, breast cancer survivors will need to make some adjustments as they prepare to resume their day-to-day activities.
Despite increased attention to women's health issues, there are still many health risks that women need to know about that are not getting a whole lot of attention.
Breast cancer patients may go weeks without seeing a doctor. Technology can help them stay in touch.
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