A metro Detroit foundation is working to make the burden of breast cancer just a little bit lighter for patients in need.
Michigan’s biggest breast cancer event is changing locations in 2014
Beaumont Dr. Jessie Wobb says instead of treating partial breast radiation over a series of weeks — she can do it in just five days.
The nation turns pink as WWJ Newsradio 950 honors The Pink Fund founder Molly MacDonald as October’s Difference Maker.
If you can’t afford a mammogram, there are programs to help.
They have a reputation for being pretty tough, but a local high school football will be sporting pink jerseys when they take on a cross-town rival.
Thousands will tackle 60 miles in three days with the hope to help end breast cancer forever.
A Metro Detroit hospital is the first in the area applying a new kind of technology for breast cancer screening.
A major reason that breast cancer returns after treatment and spreads to other parts of the body is that current chemotherapy and radiation treatments do not kill the cancer stem cells. That premise provides the basis for a clinical trial open at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center and two other sites testing a drug that has been found in laboratory studies to attack cancer stem cells.
The premiere of the movie “Decoding Annie Parker” – about the BRCA breast cancer gene – helps support Gilda’s Club in Detroit.