A Drink A Day Tied To Higher Breast Cancer Risk, Report SaysResearchers have long known that having one too many cocktails might be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.
Friends Throw NJ Teacher 'Boob Voyage' Party Before Undergoing MastectomyA group of women in New Jersey are throwing their friend a goodbye breast party before she undergoes a mastectomy.
New Technology Helping To Diagnose Hard-To-Find Breast CancerNew technology is helping to diagnose hard-to-find breast cancer.
'I Credit You With Saving My Life,' Cancer Survivor Tells CBS3's Carol EricksonAs hundreds of breast cancer survivors walked down the art museum steps on Sunday, one woman credits former CBS 3 broadcaster Carol Erickson with saving her life.
Teens Battling Cancer Treated To A Prom To RememberA hospital in South Florida is making sure teens in the middle of cancer treatments don't miss out on one of the biggest nights of their high school lives.
FDA OKs Immune-Boosting Drug for Advanced Bladder CancerU.S. regulators have approved a new drug that harnesses the immune system to treat bladder cancer that has spread after chemotherapy or surgery.
More Than 1 In 5 Adults Has Cancer-Causing HPV, CDC ReportsThe report, released Thursday, provides the latest national estimates on oral and genital HPV.
Low-Dose Aspirin Can Reduce Risk Of Death From Cancer, Research SaysAn aspirin a day may keep the doctor away. It may also reduce your chances of dying from cancer.
Cancer Comes Down To Luck More Often Than Not, Study FindsAccording to a study published in Science Magazine, two-thirds of cancer is completely random.
9 Deaths And Rare Cancer Linked To Breast Implants, FDA SaysThe extremely rare cancer, called anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) affects cells in the immune system and can be found around the breast implant.
Agency Warns About Cancer Risks Linked To Eating Burnt Toast, Over-Roasted PotatoesThe Food Standards Agency in the UK launched a campaign Monday to warn about cancer risks linked to eating burnt toast, over-roasted potatoes and other starchy foods cooked at high temperatures.
Cervical Cancer Death Rates Are Much Higher Than Thought, Study SaysThe risk of dying from cervical cancer might be much higher than experts previously thought, and women are encouraged to continue recommended cancer screenings.