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.
Researchers are working on ways to make immune system therapies more effective for more cancer patients.
What my experience with genetic testing was like and some of the helpful things I learned in the process.
A study examining the possible link between contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune and male breast cancer could provide insights about breast cancer causes.
In “Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History,” Florence Williams shows how our breasts are primed to respond to signals from our environment, and thus vulnerable to the development of cancer in the world we live in now.
Top cancer research stories for early summer 2014 include new uses for existing cancer drugs and a major study on breast cancer risk and environmental toxins.
In the last twenty years, there have been some advances in breast cancer treatment and many more women are screened each year, but these advances have not brought about transformational change in the way breast cancer is treated or in mortality from the disease.