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.
Texas' Revised Abortion Booklet Criticized As InaccurateThe latest version of a booklet that Texas produces for women considering an abortion suggests medical connections between terminating pregnancies and heightened risks of breast cancer and depression
Janice Dickinson Vows To Fight Her Breast CancerModel and TV host Janice Dickinson has revealed that she's got breast cancer and vows to battle the disease. She will undergo surgery and radiation therapy. "Don't feel sorry for me, this is not a pity party," she said.
Gesture By Bikers Making Difference In Life Of Rowlett Cancer PatientA 48-year-old Rowlett wife and mother of three is still riding high from that escort offered by a hundred area bikers who answered her husband’s request for a special trip to the hospital.
After Reading Facebook Post, Bikers Rally Around Stranger With Breast CancerWhat began as a simple request by a loving husband, ended in a huge show of love and support by a community for his wife.
Biker Escort 100 Strong For Cancer-Stricken WomanAbout 100 bikers responded to a Rowlett man's request on Facebook to help his cancer-stricken wife Monday morning.
Childhood Pastime Helping Cancer Patients CopeThe adult coloring book program has now caught the attention of oncologists who are taking a closer look at the benefits the activity offers.
Drug May Lower Heart Damage In Breast Cancer PatientsMany cancer treatments can damage the heart. New research suggests that this risk might be lowered in women with breast tumors if they take a heart drug as a preventive measure during their cancer care.
Komen 3-Day Brings Out Emotion Saturday"The community support is fantastic. I'm a survivor. There's other survivors out here. We are walking to end breast cancer and we're going to do it," says Sherron Patterson.
Dallas County Seeing Increase In Male Breast Cancer"This has us stumped, to be honest," says Darshan Gandhi, MD. Dr. Gandhi is the Oncology Medical Director at Methodist Dallas Medical Center.
American Cancer Society Says Start Mammograms At 45, Not 40New mammogram advice from the American Cancer Society says most women should start annual screenings at age 45 instead of 40.
Komen Walkers Filled Dallas Streets To Raise FundsThe 33rd Komen Dallas Race for the Cure raised money for breast cancer services and research.