Wendy Hamilton is here to speak to us about Sugar House Casino and its involvement in Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Sugar House is offering various initiatives this month in honor of breast cancer. To learn […]
The NFL will stop using pink penalty flags as part of their campaign to promote breast cancer awareness, the league announced today.
Nearly 1 in 40 American Jews of Eastern European descent carries the BRCA 1 and 2 mutation which increases the risk of certain cancers, including breast and ovarian.
They’ll walk 60-miles over the next three days, to help the fight against breast cancer, and it all starts today.
It’s the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Philadelphia doctors have found a way to treat an especially difficult side effect of breast cancer surgery.
Exciting news for craft beer lovers in the Philadelphia area: Saison de Rose, a limited-edition brew that benefits a local breast cancer treatment center, will be available starting Oct. 4th.
Free Will Brewing Company, a small craft brewery in Perkasie, brought together four of Philly’s most knowledgeable female beer personalities to create a special beer in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Brides Against Breast Cancer is an organization that sells new and gently used wedding gowns.
A Russian-American journalist who wrote a ground-breaking book on the breast-cancer gene mutation that afflicted Angelina Jolie now finds herself back on the talk show circuit.
Angelina Jolie put a public face to the fact that a gene mutation can cause breast cancer, but gene mutations can cause other cancers, too.
Heart disease kills more women than all the cancers together. Sadly, most women, and a surprisingly big number of doctors, don’t know this.
The Susan G. Komen Foundation is hoping to empower generations of Asian-American women at its annual breast health awareness event tomorrow.
A small group of older breast cancer survivors are happy to take a back seat to The Race For The Cure with their neighborhood walk through Port Richmond the Sunday after Mother’s Day.
For more on Angelina Jolie’s treatment, visit: http://www.pinklotusbreastcenter.com/breast-cancer-101/2013/05/a-patients-journey-angelina-jolie
Sandy Cohen of Lafayette Hill, Pa., says she never regretted her decision to get preventive mastectomies — both for herself and her children.