breast cancer screening
Single mom hails cancer in pregnancy for saving her life after abuse ordeal
Nia Williams survived triple cancer while pregnant, and said this experience helped her find herself after years of emotional abuse, despite being in her 20s.
I beat cancer while pregnant: 'Being misdiagnosed saved my baby'
"Definitely hard to say that you're a misdiagnosis with a miracle, but I don't see it any other way?"
Mom Dies From Cancer After Leg Numbness Turned Out to Be Terminal Symptom
The U.K. mom, described as an "absolute inspiration," was given the all-clear in 2020 but diagnosed again the following year.
Breast Cancer Screenings in Some Women Lead to Harm
The researchers showed that not offering mammograms to women at low risk could reduce the harm associated with screening.
Breast Cancer Researchers Look to Canada for Answers
Everyone in Canada could get screened, for a price.
Cancer: Why Men Should Check Their Breasts for Lumps
Male breast cancer is extremely rare but can be deadly without early detection.
Muslim Women More Likely to Skip Mammograms
Religious and cultural barriers are stopping Muslim women from having mammograms.
Breast Cancer Diagnosed Much Later in Black Women
Data showing ethnicity and "stage at detection" was collected in England in 2012 and 2013.
Cancer Deaths Among Women Will Double By 2030
Many of the cancers are preventable and low-income countries are the worst affected.
Why Many U.K. Women Are Being Denied Breast Cancer Drug
Bisphosphonates could save the lives of post-menopausal women being treated for early breast cancer.
No One Agrees on Mammography Guidelines
New recommendations from the American Cancer Society add to a never-ending, contentious debate on when—and how frequently—to screen for breast cancer.