Why A Daily Aspirin May Cut Your Risk Of Breast CancerA new study suggests women who take a daily aspirin may cut their risk of breast cancer by 20 percent.
New Mammography Guidelines Worry Breast Cancer ExpertsThe world's largest breast cancer organization is speaking out against new mammography guidelines. The guidelines recommend starting routine mammograms at age 50, not 40.
Former Rocky Mountain News Columnist Penny Parker DiesPenny Parker, the former entertainment columnist for the Rocky Mountain News and the Denver Post, died in Denver over the weekend.
Surgeons Help Breast Cancer Patients Return To Normal FasterA pair of surgeons at Littleton Adventist Hospital is offering a way to shorten the agony of a breast cancer diagnosis.
Colorado Breast Cancer Survivor Not Sold On New Mammogram GuidelinesIn a major change in guidelines, the American Cancer Society has recommended that women at average risk of breast cancer get their first mammogram at age 45.
Lace Up For The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer WalkMaking Strides Against Breast Cancer is a breast cancer walk through the American Cancer Society that is a non-competitive 5K happening in Denver on Sunday.
Why One Woman Swears By 'Think No Pink' When It Comes To Beating Breast CancerMJ Jenkins is a breast cancer survivor and the author of Think "No Pink" a book about taking a positive attitude when faced with a breast cancer diagnosis.
Peyton Manning Treats Woman Dying Of Cancer To Game After Receiving Heartfelt LetterPeyton Manning flew a woman dying of cancer to one of his games after reading her fan mail.
Breast Cancer Survivor Says Running Is Proof She’s Beating CancerWhen Saundra Robinson runs, she’s inspired by her battle against cancer, and getting her story out to others.
'The Pink Life Saver' Lives Up To Its Name For Evergreen Breast Cancer PatientShe got a diagnosis of breast cancer on her lunch break, and now a woman from Evergreen is crediting a mammography motor coach with saving her life.
Denver Woman's Life Essentially Saved By Participating In TriathlonDuring a triathlon to benefit breast cancer a Denver woman got a devastating diagnosis. One year later she came back to run the same race.
Families Of 2 Different Kinds Of Warriors Join Forces To Honor Their Loved OnesIt's been 10 years since a failed rescue attempt and battle in Afghanistan. Littleton's Danny Dietz was one of 19 Special Forces soldiers and Navy SEALS who died. Now the Dietz family is teaming up with the family of another fallen fighter.