- "Good news for breast cancer patients in Houston area as Tamoxifen is one of the most important drugs used to keep the breast cancer in check and prevent recurrence." - Don Harkey
- "Doctors take a shot at keeping breast cancer away..." - Todd Ackerman
- "President Obama’s call for a new national effort against cancer – a “moon shot” – comes at a most opportune time. Cancer research has advanced significantly and now genomic analysis of individuals’ tumors can reveal the specific DNA changes that drive cancer growth."
- "This is the golden era of cancer research..."
- "Although only a small percentage of breast cancers are considered hereditary, genetic testing and cancer risk -- specifically the BRCA1/2 genes -- have made many headlines in recent years. But what exactly does it mean to have a BRCA mutation, and what do women need to know?" - Dana Farber
- "Hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer (HR+) is the most common subtype of breast cancer, affecting roughly 65 to 75 percent of breast cancer patients. It is one of several subtypes of breast cancer determined by the presence or absence of estrogen and/or progesterone hormone receptors..." - Dana Farber
- "Do you feel confused, overwhelmed or downright frustrated by the trendy marketing terms used to sell food? You’re not alone! Let’s break down the science, evidence and current recommendations surrounding claims for beef and fish." - Stacy Kennedy, MPH, RD, CSO
- "Clearly, humanity’s relationship with alcohol stretches back thousands of years, but a long relationship doesn’t necessarily mean a healthy one." - Dana Farber
- "Although there is no cure for metastatic breast cancer, new developments in treatment and research are helping patients live longer and experience a better quality of life."
- "Fighting cancer with immunotherapy has revolutionized treatment for some patients. Emphasize “some.” For most patients, drugs targeting the immune system to attack their tumors aren’t an option..."
- "10 Things I wish I knew before I was diagnosed with breast cancer..." - Joan Lunden
- "I lost my mom to metastatic breast cancer." - DeAngelo Williams
- "For many, Christmas is a happy time of observing traditions, enjoying seasonal treats, and spending time with family and friends. But for those of us who have lost a loved one, it can be a deeply lonely time..." - Marie Ennis-O'Connor
- "16 things cancer patients and survivors want newly diagnosed patients to know..." - Laura Nathan-Garner
- "Today I spoke on the House Floor to recognize October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is a cruel disease. It tears mothers from their children, wives from their husbands and daughters from their parents." - Congressman Tom Emmer
- "Those of us in the big cites really benefit from advanced cancer care. Outcomes for those afflicted with cancer in rural America are not nearly as good." - Don Harkey
- "This is food for thought about cancer survivorship." - Kate Harkey
- "Good advice for the do's and don'ts on how to act towards those who have lost a loved one." - Kate Harkey
- "Many people have heard some of these common terms when referring to cancer. Here are some good definitions to help understand what they mean." - Don Harkey
- "Triple-negative breast cancer is a subtype of breast cancer where cancer cells
do not contain estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, or the HER2 receptor,
and therefore test negative for all three. Triple-negative breast cancer affects
roughly 15 percent of breast cancer patients and can be somewhat more aggressive
than HR-positive or HER2-positive breast cancer."
- Even Modest Drinking Increases Breast Cancer Risk
- "A new report by the Breast Cancer Fund, 'Working Women and Breast Cancer: State of the Evidence,' reveals more than 20 common jobs that put workers at an increased risk of developing breast cancer in comparison to other occupations."
- Updated Breast Cancer Screening Guideline From The American Cancer Society
- "This much is known: A sedentary lifestyle raises the risk of cancer, while physical activity – even moderate exercise – can reduce the risk..."