There are lots of thoughts on breast cancer but one expert helped debunk some myths and misconceptions.
Moms, like most women, are such loving caretakers, most often putting everyone else’s needs before their own. This Mother’s Day we spotlight the efforts of one woman, a doctor, who is helping to turn the tables and go on the offensive in the fight against breast cancer. It led her to investigate the world of Ayurvedic medicine. We focus on the latest on these types of treatments that originated in India thousands of years ago.
They are rituals that are five thousand years old; the healing power of oil, touch and spices. Practices now enlisted into a modern-day war against breast cancer.
New research being talked about at an annual meeting of doctors in Tampa shows women with a faulty breast cancer gene might face a greater chance of rare but deadly uterine tumors despite having their ovaries removed to lower their main cancer risks.
Breast cancer, according to the Cancer Society, is the most common cancer among American women, except for skin cancers. Saturday, hundreds of teams will walk around Marlins Park with the common goal of helping to find a cure.
tories of problems with the Affordable Care Act have dominated much of the headlines in recent days, though many of those stories are summarily debunked. But Thursday, Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz highlighted something different with the ACA, a success story.
The South Florida woman seen dangling from a raised railroad bridge and rescued by firefighters will not face charges as a result of the incident.
The 18th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure took place in downtown Miami Saturday morning.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and that means it’s time for South Floridians to lace up their walking and running shoes for the 18th annual Susan G. Komen Miami/Fort Lauderdale Race for the Cure.
Technology developed 15 years ago for the United States military may now help women in the fight against breast cancer