Mother Who Fought Breast Cancer Named Rockies Honorary Bat GirlThe Colorado Rockies had a special bat girl helping them out during Sunday night's game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Is 'Happy And Ready to Rock' After Breast Cancer SurgeryThe 57-year-old Veep star gave fans an update on her battle against breast cancer, saying she was "feeling happy and ready to rock after surgery."
Birth Control Pills May Prevent Some Cancers, Study FindsAccording to the researchers at the National Cancer Institute, oral contraceptives can reduce the chance of developing ovarian, breast, and other cancers in women.
Scientists Say 'Amazing' Breakthrough May Help Cure Breast CancerScientists say they have discovered an "absolutely amazing" new treatment which may cure the most resistant forms of cancer.
Breast Cancer Victim Marries 'Soulmate' Hours Before Her DeathA photo of Heather Moser in her wedding gown in her hospital bed has gone viral.
The Birth Control Pill May Raise Your Risk Of Breast CancerA new study finds that taking the birth control pill can raise your risk of developing breast cancer. But the risk is low and the pill overall remains a safe choice for most women.
'Divine Itch' Helps Grandpa Detect Breast CancerAccording to the American Cancer Society, about one in 1,000 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. A grandfather from Aurora is that unlucky one, but luckily he caught it twice.
8-Year-Old Battles Cancer, Never ComplainsThere’s a picture from that day it all started. Taylor Burgess was with her sister Isabella.
Looking At Cancer Operation With ConfidenceIn a few weeks, Tracy Alarid will face an operation that will alter her body a little. It will not alter her spirit. It won’t make her a different person.
Trading Scars for Art: Breast Cancer Survivors Get InkedFor many breast cancer patients, a mastectomy is life-saving and life-changing procedure.
Don't Miss This Saturday's Making Strides WalkThe American Cancer Society is hosting its Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk on Oct. 22.
New Colorado Law Requires Reporting of Dense Breast TissueAccording to the Susan G. Komen organization, women with high breast density are four-to-five times more likely to get breast cancer than women with low breast density, but the cancer is more difficult to find.