An effective breast cancer prevention strategy needs to include much more than individual lifestyle changes.
Young women and men will feel the most impact from policy changes that could affect everything from their risk of getting breast cancer to their ability to access potential life-saving treatments.
Findings from two recent studies about exposures to endocrine disrupters and the potential impact on our health.
A recent competition called on researchers and advocates to propose their best, bold ideas for how to prevent breast cancer.
What my experience with genetic testing was like and some of the helpful things I learned in the process.
Recent research shows that external or environmental factors contribute 70 to 90 percent of the risk of cancer developing during a person’s lifetime. What does this mean for public policy?
A study examining the possible link between contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune and male breast cancer could provide insights about breast cancer causes.
A recent study claims that most cancer cases are mainly the result of “bad luck”. Is it really time to reconsider our understanding of cancer and its causes?