Breast Cancer

The "Beverly Hills 90210" star, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, called her stage 4 diagnosis "a bitter pill to swallow."
“The aggressive surgical plan was my best shot at preventing a cancer recurrence after discovering my nasty BRCA1 gene mutation during my shocking cancer diagnosis as a healthy, 30-year-old woman.”
Wurtzel, who had breast cancer, gave new breath to the memoir and was a new voice for those struggling with clinical depression and addiction.
After a surprise proposal on Jillian Hanson's last day of chemo, wedding vendors offered their services to the couple free of charge.
This is how you can show up for someone when they tell you about their diagnosis.
The music executive opened up to "Good Morning America" about his diagnosis and his hope that more men will speak out.
Perhaps I was too quick to believe all the doctors who said that my breast lump was just a clogged duct.
They are 40% more likely to die from the disease than white women.
Just like every other challenge and illness, Mike faced this one head-on with absolute optimism.
A San Francisco elementary school teacher fighting breast cancer must pay for her replacement while on sick leave — all because of a 1970s state law.
We asked dermatologists whether the aluminum found in traditional antiperspirant is really THAT bad for us.
Consider this your guide to screening for different types of the disease or your risk levels for them.
Experts and those who've lived with the illness share how you can really offer your support.
My inaccurate results meant I had been carrying around a devastatingly unnecessary burden for more than a decade.
"It got me through the most difficult period of my life," Jeong recalled.
"You get to see me as this model, and I’m also a breast cancer survivor, I’m also black, I’m also queer. I’m not just one identity that you want to pull out, right?"
SHE Media's Reshma Gopaldas on the importance of friends on your breast cancer journey.
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with SHE Media’s Reshma Gopaldas about living with cancer at age 35 — with a dash of humor and Chipotle.
The “Grease" star wants her fans to know that despite her cancer, reports she is dying have been "greatly exaggerated."
How could I feel confident when I was wholeheartedly embarrassed by my jagged pink scars?