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.
Matthew McConaughey & Reese Witherspoon On Board For Cancer TelethonReese Witherspoon, Matthew McConaughey, Mahershala Ali and Keith Urban are among the stars joining the sixth Stand Up To Cancer telethon.
Study: Many Breast Cancer Patients Can Skip ChemotherapyResearchers now say, most women with the most common form of early-stage breast cancer can safely skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of beating the disease.
Working Mom With Cancer Starts Life-Saving ConversationHenda Salmeron is like an open book. Her story of survival is a subject of her memoir, “Grit Under My Nails.”
Study: Bacon Linked To Causing CancerDelicious as bacon may be, the popular breakfast food has been linked to causing various types of cancer. 
Blood Test May Help Predict Which Breast Cancers Will RecurA blood test five years after breast cancer treatment helped identify some women who were more likely to relapse, long before a lump or other signs appeared, a preliminary study found.