Breast cancer survivors tell all: ‘If you feel something and it doesn’t show on the mammogram, keep pointing it out’
For someone who has never had to experience or endure breast cancer, it might be understandable that there are questions involved.
Rare but aggressive form of breast cancer can strike without warning
Inflammatory breast cancer is a very aggressive form of the disease that can develop suddenly which makes it important to know the symptoms of this rare type of breast cancer which can strike anyone at any age.
Breast cancer survivors tell all: ‘Don’t let anyone say you’re too young, because it can happen to anyone’
For someone who has never had to experience or endure breast cancer, it might be understandable that there are questions involved. Does a diagnosis typically come as a surprise, or do people often suspect that something feels not quite right?
A look at breast cancer risk in pregnancy | Mammogram Monday
While pregnancy and breastfeeding may be protective against some forms of breast cancer, women who are older than 30 when they first give birth have a slightly higher risk of breast cancer than women who have never given birth.
Broward Health Coral Springs offering free mammograms
When it comes to battling breast cancer, a multitude of studies have shown that routine screening saves lives which is why Broward Health Coral Springs is offering free mammograms to women facing financial constraints with access to healthcare.
Mammogram Monday: Dense breast tissue can be a warning sign
In today’s “Mammogram Monday,” a look at a very common factor that can affect screening and diagnosis: Dense breasts. You know the subject of our story, Janine Stanwood, from her reporting here on Local 10.
Self-checks? Did you suspect it? How did you learn of your breast cancer?
We realize the questions above are quite personal. But we’ll ask, for anyone who might be open to sharing: How did you learn of your breast cancer?
Procedure helps women regain sensation after mastectomy
While a mastectomy can save lives from breast cancer, a side effect is the loss of most or all sensation in the breast, but there is a way to help patients feel again through a surgical process to create re-sensation.
From a booming ninja warrior gym to a cancer diagnosis, after a hunch something wasn’t right: One woman’s story
In January 2019, Karen Madaras and her business partner took a leap of faith -- or a powerful, ninja-warrior-style athletic jump, to be more accurate: They opened a themed gym in the Memorial area of Houston.
Local 10’s ‘Mammogram Monday’ airs during Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Local 10 has long taken a proactive approach when it comes to breast cancer health, and the Mammogram Monday weekly news feature involves stories on breast cancer awareness and treatments.
5 complete myths about breast cancer
When it comes to matters of health, it's easy to get misinformation. Breast cancer has a ton of awareness, but yet, there are still things about it that people get wrong.
Research leads to groundbreaking breast cancer treatments
Twins Cheryl Mason and Chimene Garrison are not only similar in appearance, but they've also shared many of the same life experiences, including breast cancer.
Nursery rhyme recast as reminder of breast exam importance
A group of breast cancer awareness advocates have recast a nursery rhyme to serve as a reminder that women should take charge of their health.
Memorial Healthcare raises awareness of screening mammography
In the Women's Imaging Center at Memorial West Hospital in Pembroke Pines, Dr. Elitsa Ivanova, a diagnostic radiologist, spends her days reviewing mammograms captured by the latest technology, 3D...