2020 Komen 'More Than Pink Walk' In Fort Worth Going VirtualOfficials with Susan G. Komen Greater Fort Worth announced that the 'More Than Pink Walk' will be held virtually this year.
More Texans Surviving, As US Cancer Death Rate Sees Biggest Drop EverA new report shows the cancer death rate in the U.S. had it's largest single-year decline -- falling 2.2 percent -- from 2016 to 2017.
Woman Who Take Menopause Hormones Face Decades Of Increased Breast Cancer RiskA new study suggests certain types of postmenopausal hormone therapy continues to increase the risk of women developing breast cancer decades after they stop taking the drug.
Parkland Hospital Staff Busts Moves In Video For Breast Cancer AwarenessMore than 500 Parkland staffers took a break to dance to the upbeat notes of singer Tori Kelly’s 2016 rendition of the Stevie Wonder hit "Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing."
Breast Implants Tied To Rare Cancer To Remain On US MarketU.S. health authorities will allow a type of breast implant linked to a rare form of cancer to stay on the market.
FDA Panel Revisiting Safety Of Breast Implants After New ConcernsA panel will hear from researchers, plastic surgeons and implant makers, as well as from women who believe their ailments were caused by the implants.
Walkers Begin 60 Mile Trek During Susan G. Komen 3-DayA sea of pink will be moving through the streets of North Texas. The Susan G. Komen Dallas 3-Day started Friday and 'runs' through Sunday.
Texas Doctors Perform Breast Cancer Surgery Live On FacebookA North Texas woman is taking her battle against breast cancer public, allowing the world a front row seat in the operating room while doctors perform her lumpectomy.
North Texas Woman To Have Breast Cancer Surgery Live On FacebookSonia Johnson of DeSoto will undergo a lumpectomy on Facebook Live Thursday morning.
In The Pink: Dallas Cowboys 'Star Survivor Contest' Honors Breast Cancer SurvivorsThe Dallas Cowboys have partnered with Susan G. Komen and Ford Motor Company to raise awareness of breast cancer among fans through its annual Breast Cancer Awareness Games and national "Star Survivor Contest."
Police Department Goes Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness MonthThe decked out car is meant to honor breast cancer victims, survivors and those working for a cure.