Research finds menopause treatment could make women 2.7 times more likely to develop the disease
The two studies have been heralded as 'ground-breaking' by charity Breast Cancer Now
The Court of Appeals previously ruled against the company, which argued that special bras for women who have had mastectomies were not normal lingerie
Claire Warner said she was inspired to share her photo after another woman’s Facebook post alerted her to her own symptom
'I thought I was healthy. I did all the right things - I was a green tea drinker, a salmon eater, a runner'
The groundbreaking study has uncovered new reasons as to why breast cancer arises
'I am going to get through this, I'll be just fine kiddo,' model says
There’s abundant advice out there on what you should or shouldn’t eat, drink, swallow, or stand next to, to avoid cancer. But it’s often lacking in evidence and the jumble of messages can be confusing.
Fruits and vegetables in particular helped to reduce the liklihood of having the disease
'I think it might be six months of tears just coming out in one go'
The Missouri Senator expects a full recovery and will be receiving treatment over the next three weeks
I might go for a run before the pub, and have that third pint, and nobody will passively die
New research suggests the birds could be given a role in the development of new diagnostic procedures
The Pink Ink Fund supports women who have undergone mastectomies
The pioneering drug Kadcyla can give women dying from an aggressive form of breast cancer extra months of life
Men who carry a specific gene mutation are at a significantly greater risk of developing breast cancer