KENNEWICK, Wash. — In a joint effort to detect breast cancer in its earliest stages, Sen. Sharon Brown and Dr. Rachel Fidino represented Kennewick at a hearing of the Senate Health and Long Term Care Committee last Friday. Senate Bill…
KENNEWICK, Wash. — Through its' Tough Enough To Wear Pink' program, the Benton Franklin Fair donated $12,250 to treat and prevent breast cancer across the bi-county community. According to a release from the Benton Franklin Fair, that money is being…
PASCO, Wash. -- The Pasco Police Department (PPD) starts its 'Pink Patch Project' this week. For the entire month of October, officers are able to wear…
RICHLAND, Wash. -- October marks the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and one local hospital is doing its part by continuing its annual…
Two new drugs for advanced HER2-positive breast cancer were tested in separate studies, and scientists say they've made progress in the development of new treatment options.
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Permanent hair dye and chemical hair straightener use was linked to a higher risk of breast cancer in a new study from researchers at the National Institutes of Health. The risk is more than six times higher for black women.
Getting an MRI in between regular mammogram checkups could be an effective way for women with extremely dense breast tissue to learn whether they have cancer, a new study found.
Research continues to make strides in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
A trip to a tourist attraction in Scotland turned out to be a life-changing moment for one woman after a thermal camera detected she had breast cancer.
The calm waters of Lake Summit are just what the doctor ordered.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an international campaign aimed at increasing awareness of the second most common cancer in women, with the goal of someday stopping it.
The first call Mathew Knowles made after his breast cancer diagnosis, he said, was to his family.
An experimental prostate cancer therapy may change the way patients are treated for the second-deadliest cancer in men.
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins on Oct. 1, the Albuquerque Police Department is showing its support by painting a new patrol car bright pink -- the official color of breast cancer awareness.
Mammograms are more effective at detecting breast cancer in high-risk men than in women who are at average risk of developing the disease, and could provide potentially lifesaving early detection of male breast cancer.
Certain hormone replacement therapies have long been tied to an increased risk of breast cancer. Now, new research suggests that in some cases, that risk can persist for more than a decade.
More women should be assessed for harmful mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes that can increase risk of certain cancers, according to new recommendations.
There's more bad news for fans of sugary drinks such as soda and fruit juice.
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Younger women suffering from a common form of advanced breast cancer have experienced significantly improved survival rates when treated with a drug that targets cancer cells, according to the findings of an international clinical trial.
A San Francisco teacher who is on medical leave has to worry about more than just battling breast cancer.
Despite an outcry from women to ban a particular type of breast implant associated with a rare cancer, the sale of those implants will be allowed in the United States, the Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday.
The Benton Franklin Fair is donating $10,000 to cancer prevention efforts in the community as part of its Tough Enough To Wear Pink program. The money will be shared among area hospital foundations and the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation to…