We all know how important mammograms are in the fight against breast cancer, but they are not always the most comfortable experience.
A company called "Color" is offering a test that will tell people their likelihood for having breast cancer.
Patients who chose alternative therapies to treat a common, curable cancer instead of opting for the recommended medical treatment double…
It's for parents who have to share their medical diagnosis of breast cancer with their kids.
For every 10 grams of daily fiber intake, a woman could reduce her chances of getting breast cancer by 13 percent.
For years, studies questioned the effectiveness of screening mammograms. But doctors say they still offer the best chance of early detection.
When one woman and her twin sister learned she must be eating healthier while going through chemotherapy, they published a book of…
Scientists are looking at the Mediterranean diet as one possible way to help people reduce the risk of breast cancer.
The best chance to beat breast cancer is by receiving an early diagnosis.
Advice varies on when women should start getting screened for breast cancer and how often.
New mammogram advice from the American Cancer Society says most women should start annual screenings at age 45 instead of 40.
Cancer.gov tracks the rate of breast cancer incidence in each state.