10 Things You Should Know About Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, affecting both men and women of all ages. In order to minimize individual risk, it is important to understand some general...

In the third installment of our ‘Why We Walk’ series, we introduce Kent Trimble and his daughter, Cortney Murphy. After Laura Trimble passed away from breast cancer 19 years ago, the family has made...
male breast cancer

Breast cancer may strike many as an exclusively female concern. In truth, however, men should be aware that they too can develop the disease. While rare, the American Cancer Society notes that approximately 2,350...
Why We Walk - Karyn McCann | Breast Cancer Survivor Q&A

We continue along in our ‘Why We Walk’ series with the survival story of Karyn McCann, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer at a young...
Breast Cancer Treatments

The search of a cure for cancer spans two millennia and has confounded some of the world's great medical minds. However, the quest for a cure has yielded surgical realizations, advances in pharmacologically and...
Why We Walk - Chris Estell

People who participate in breast cancer walks typically have a reason for walking and a story to share. Throughout October, Healthcare Daily Online will be sharing testimonials from breast cancer survivors and their families,...
Breast Cancer Treatments

A significant number of breast cancer patients may never have to experience unnecessary chemo therapy again. A new study conducted by the ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group and sponsored by the National Cancer Institute has revealed...