breast cancer

Celebrity fashion designer Barbara Bates has created outfits for numerous red carpet events and celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, Steve Harvey and Whitney Houston. Her big…

Via Foxbaltimore.com Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore announced that a new single dose treatment will replace the traditional 30 dose radiation treatment. The treatment will be given to women in the early stage of breast cancer detection. The hospital is one of 35 in the United States to offer the treatment. Read More.  Woman Leads Police On […]

Today ABC’s host of Good Morning America, Robin Roberts, turns 52. Roberts is a Mississippi native who attended, Southeastern Louisiana University where she played basketball and graduated cum laude with a degree in communications. Roberts worked for EPSN before joining ABC as  a sportscaster. A Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame  inductee, Roberts, is a breast cancer survior […]

My mother lost her battle with breast cancer in 1998.  At the time of her battle I know how important my support was for her and for myself. Prayer: (www.prayer-for-cancer.com)We pray for all those undertaking chemotherapy “chemo.” the use of medicines or drugs to treat disease, that the Lord will work out His perfect will […]

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, daytime host Tyra Banks is featuring a webseries by filmmaker Dominga Martin, which chronicles the story of how she fought (and beat) breast cancer. As a filmmaker & journalist, Dominga was motivated to tell her story through film and to educate others by sharing her story. “I decided […]

Even though it’s celebrated during the month of October, breast cancer awareness is really a year-round issue. Dr. Ann Kulze, MD, author of “Dr. Ann’s Ten-Step Diet” offers great guidance with a list of things we can do right now … to do everything possible to prevent breast cancer and stop all these silly races, […]

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and according to BlackDoctor.org “African-American females experience higher death rates from breast cancer than any other racial or ethnic group.” This is partially due to African-American women tending to have more aggressive tumors. The fact is not meant to scare you, but it is meant as a wake up […]

In case you were wondering about the status of breast cancer, the following statistics were provided by the Northeast Ohio affiliate of Komen for the Cure.

As you get older, you’re probably more and more concerned about what you need to do to preserve the health of your breasts, and avoid cancer. The good news is that while some risk factors for breast cancer, such as the age you started menstruating, can’t be changed, other lifestyle habits can help keep cancer […]