FDA Approves New Drug For Advanced Breast CancerRegulators have approved a new drug as an initial treatment for women with a type of breast cancer. It is a pill that works to slow the spread of cancer by blocking two proteins that can stimulate growth and division of cancer cells.
Bill Would Require Insurance To Cover 3-D MammographyA bill in the Texas Legislature would mandate that better mammograms be covered by insurance. Currently, an out-of-pocket 3-D mammography screening can cost up to $150 more than regular mammograms.
Decades Later, Breast Cancer Diagnosis Helps Doctors Find A Silent KillerSusanne Calabrette never considered that breast cancer would save her life. But, it did.
Ryan and Jennifer Palmer Hope To Be On Verge Of Big Victory Over CancerLast September, Ryan Palmer took the longest break of his 14-year PGA Tour career. He stepped away from the game to be by his wife’s side as she started chemotherapy.
Texas Releases Abortion Booklet Citing Refuted Cancer LinksThe Texas Department of State Health Services issued the new edition of "A Woman's Right to Know" on Monday.
Mother, Daughter, 2 Strangers Share Blessing Before ThanksgivingShop owners do something spontaneous and special for a mother and daughter going through a lot.
Mom Walks Komen 3Day With Son She Carried While Undergoing ChemoAs the Komen 3Day Walk sweeps across North Texas this weekend, there is a story for every step of of the walkers’ 60-mile journey.
Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk Called "Empowering"A sea of pink will begin moving through the streets of Plano on Friday morning as hundreds of women and men begin a journey lasting three days in the fight against breast cancer.
Fighter Jet In Texas Painted Pink For Breast Cancer AwarenessThe USS Lexington, a World War II-vintage Essex Class aircraft carrier, has long been anchored in Corpus Christi Bay, but today there is a plane like no other sitting on the flight deck.
Dallas Skyline Pretty In Pink For Breast Cancer AwarenessDallas is pretty in pink tonight in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Crowdsourcing Effort Takes Aim At Deadliest Breast CancersForget the pink ribbons. Spitting in a tube for science is what unites a growing group of breast cancer patients taking part in a unique project to advance treatment for the deadliest form of the disease.
UNT Researchers Make Breast Cancer BreakthroughGame changing. That’s the word used to describe new research coming out of the University of North Texas today in the fight against breast cancer.