Something many women have everyday, may help reduce the risk of breast cancer coming back in recovering patients.
A Wayne State University researcher has identified characteristics in benign breast disease associated with future cancer risk in African-American women.
Monday is “Cancer Prevention Day” in Michigan.
A new study suggests that most women who chose to have a double mastectomy, may not actually need it.
In the past, treating early stage partial breast cancer with radiation took 6 weeks, recently it’s been reduced to five days and now an area doctor believes the regimen can be given in just two days.
Many women are uncertain about when they should begin having the tests because of confusing reports in the media.
The Detroit Red Wings in partnership with the American Cancer Society and Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute announced today the launch of Breast Cancer Awareness Week presented by Team Rehab from Monday, Oct. 22, through Friday, Oct. 26.
Providence Hospital in Southfield is looking for women aged 40-to-64 to participate in a free health screening July 14
When is a lump in the breast not cause for concern? Many women would say never. However, there are times when benign (or non-threatening) fibrocystic changes occur within breast tissue.
Clinical trials using a revolutionary study called the “smart bomb” have been going on at area hospitals, including Beaumont.