New Tech To Make Breast Cancer Screenings More ComfortableResearchers say they've found new technology that could make breast cancer screenings less painful.
Innovative Detection Device Helping Surgeons With Breast Cancer PatientsIt's a tiny reflector the size of a grain of rice that helps surgeons to accurately locate breast cancer tumors that can be hard to detect.
Home Testing Kit For Breast, Ovarian Cancer Raises Concern Among DoctorsIt's been billed as an easy and cost-effective way to find out if you have the gene mutation known as BRCA.
Local Hospital Giving Away Hand-Knitted Breast Prostheses To Cancer SurvivorsA local hospital is giving away hand knitted items to help cancer survivors feel better about themselves.
Mount Laurel Clinic Aims To Help Breast Cancer Survivors With Free 3-D TattooThe Beau Institute will be holding it's 7th annual 'Day of Hope' on October 24th, offering masectomy survivors a day of pampering and networking topped off with a free 3-D nipple tattoo.
Cancer Survivor To Embark On 301-Mile Kayaking JourneyWhen Carolyn Choate was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2003, her tumor had already grown the size of a golf ball. Doctors gave her three years to live.
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.