Step Up For Cancer is on Sunday. The annual fundraiser at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park raises money for dozens of cancer related causes, including groups like “Cancer Fit.”
Julie Parker hadn’t owned a bicycle since 2003, when she did a triathlon and put it up for sale on Craigslist with the title line “Good Riddance.” Now she was 38 and out of shape, and her weight reflected that.
A study from the University of Colorado has renewed the debate over mammography and breast cancer screening.
After waiting years to tie the knot a Colorado couple is beginning their first full day as husband and wife.
The Tubbs Romp to Stomp out Breast Cancer is using a unique fundraising technique — snowshoeing.
A new study shows less radical surgery may be the way to go for many women with early breast cancer, Dr. Dave Hnida writes in a new blog entry.
Can losing weight prevent a recurrence of breast cancer? Researchers at the University of Colorado Cancer Center are trying to find the answer through a long-term study.
The University of Colorado Cancer Center is looking for overweight breast cancer survivors willing to take part in a 2-year national study called “ENERGY” (Exercise and Nutrition to Enhance Recovery and Good Health for You). The ultimate goal is to see if weight loss and exercise can prevent a recurrence of breast cancer.
ENERGY study coordinator: (303) 724-5683