Detecting Breast Cancer EarlierNew technology is offering new hope to some women with breast cancer. It's a type of mammography that can provide earlier diagnosis, and that has the potential to save lives.
Website Helps Patients Solve Medical Mysteries At one time or another most people have turned to Google to self-diagnose an illness or injury. A new website is taking that idea even further now where teams of strangers can work together to diagnose people they have never met before.
NW Dade Residents Point To Recycling Plant As Cancer Cluster CauseDozens of Northwest Miami-Dade residents are concerned there may be a cancer cluster in their neighborhood, and they believe the source is a nearby metal recycling plant.
Sleep Labs Making House Calls For Apnea SufferersSleep Apnea... it's typically a problem in men, but is now becoming a more prevalent problem for women. Doctors are learning their symptoms aren't the same as men. As Cynthia Demos reports... diagnosing the problems no longer requires you going to sleep in a lab. The lab now comes to you.
Columbus Football Team Goes Pink To Support Teammate's MomA South Florida high school is honoring those who have fought and survived breast cancer, and those who are still in the fight of their lives.
Fins Coach Tony Sparano's Family Touched By Breast CancerFighting breast cancer is a family affair for Jeanette Sparano, the wife of Miami Dolphins Head Coach, Tony Sparano. She tells CBS4 News Anchor Shannon Hori what she's doing for the family members and friends who get the dreaded diagnosis.