Breast Cancer

Angelina Jolie (credit: CBS)

Angelina Jolie’s Mastectomy Decision Mirrored Colorado Woman’s

Oscar winning actress Angelina Jolie says she underwent a preventive double mastectomy. The tough decision came after she took a genetic test and learned she had a high risk of getting cancer.

05/14/2013

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Woman Starts Foundation To Help Young Women With Cancer

More younger women are getting advanced breast cancer and experts want to know why.

03/02/2013

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Advanced Cases Of Breast Cancer Being Seen In More Younger Women

There has been an increase in advanced cases of breast cancer in younger women and now the experts want to know why.

02/26/2013

Sarah and Ryan Addison (credit: CBS)

Family Battling Breast Cancer During Pregnancy Rejoices Over Healthy Baby

A young Denver couple is delighted in their brand new baby boy, but one of the most exciting times has also been one of the most stressful — the new mother is also fighting breast cancer.

12/19/2012

Heather Blakely Voyles and Demaryius Thomas (credit: CBS)

Demaryius Thomas Honors Breast Cancer Survivors

Safeway and Cheerios are taking time to note breast cancer, especially its survivors. Even Denver Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas teamed up with the companies to honor survivors with new Cheerio’s box.

10/02/2012

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Hundreds Attend ‘Yoga On The Steps’ To Help Breast Cancer Victims

Hundreds of people started their Sunday with a little yoga at Cheesman Park.

09/23/2012

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‘Yoga On The Steps’ Benefits Breast Cancer Survivors

Everyone is invited to relax and breathe this Sunday by doing “Yoga on the Steps” at Cheesman Park.

09/22/2012

Sarah and Ryan Addison (credit: CBS)

Denver Mother-To-Be Also Fighting Breast Cancer

One of the most exciting times is also one of the most stressful for a young couple in Denver. They are expecting a baby, but the mom-to-be is now also fighting breast cancer.

09/04/2012

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One Hour, 12 Minutes A Day — And Your Dog Can Help

There’s an easy way to cut your risk of breast cancer, and all it takes is one hour and 12 minutes of your day. And you don’t even need to keep track of the time or break a sweat. Dr. Dave Hnida explains.

06/25/2012

Leah Busam instructs Marnye Smith during her workout (credit: CBS)

Exercise Program Helps Cancer Patients With Recovery

Surviving breast cancer doesn’t end at surgery. It takes time, both physically and emotionally. Now there’s an exercise program being offered at a studio in Denver to help speed up that recovery.

04/18/2012

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