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Here is a list of famous celebrities who have been diagnosed with varying stages of breast cancer and have undergone treatment.
Hormonal birth control methods like the pill, patch, and ring are great at preventing pregnancy. They also affect risks for some cancers.
Scientists are learning that eating organic might be tied to a lower cancer risk, but there are some big caveats
A study of nearly 69,000 French people suggests that a diet rich in organic fruit, vegetables, nuts, and legumes may be linked with a lower risk of breast cancer and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Married couple Jane and Ken Gremling were both diagnosed with breast cancer within months of one another, the Cleveland Clinic reports. After getting mastectomies to remove their breast tissue, both have an excellent prognosis for recovery, their doctors say.
Google has created an algorithm that’s like ‘spell check’ for doctors who diagnose breast cancer — here’s how it works
Google's artificial intelligence team has developed an algorithm that's like "spell check" for pathologists, the doctors responsible for diagnosing cancer patients through images of their cells.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. Here's what everyone should know about the symptoms, causes, screening tests, risk factors, and persistent breast cancer myths.
Serena Williams strips naked and sings a line from ‘I Touch Myself’ in this breast cancer awareness clip
23-time Grand Slam tennis champion Serena Williams has stripped naked and recreated the smash hit 'I Touch Myself,' from Australian band Divinyls, in memory of singer Chrissy Amphlett who died of breast cancer in 2014.
Investor Vinod Khosla announced that consumer genetics company Color Genomics would offer testing for cancer and high cholesterol through a partnership with several leading universities. He made the announcement on Sunday at the HLTH conference in Las Vegas.
Angelina Jolie shed light on a genetic mutation tied to breast cancer risk — now 23andMe will test you for it, but scientists are worried
The genetics company 23andMe recently got FDA approval to add information on breast-cancer risk in its test. But the results could be dangerously misleading.
Genetic counselors, who help people navigate tests, have concerns about how those who have taken the test will interpret their results.