A woman whose breast cancer came back after she beat it looked to an alternative to fight the recurring cancer instead of a mastectomy.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Medical Frontiers hosts Dr. William Poller, director of breast imaging for West Penn Allegheny Health System, and Kathy Purcell, executive director of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Pittsburgh affiliate.
A year ago, a mammogram detected breast cancer. Because of Barbara Pander’s sister’s experience with the illness, she expected the worst.
Dr. Phifer is joined by Dr. Erb and Dr. Trombetta. They discuss breast cancer, how to care for it and do your best to catch it early.
Five randomized controlled trials of 3,500 patients showed no significant improvement in overall survival or quality of life. There’s also an increased risk of ruptured intestines, bleeding and death.
WASHINGTON D.C. (KDKA) — A simple blood test could help doctors decide the best way to treat breast cancer patients. Researchers at Georgetown found that measuring the number of tumor cells in the blood can […]
While today is Mother’s Day, it’s also a day to get out and race for the cure. Earlier this week, Pittsburgh City Council declared today as “Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure Day.”
Join NewsRadio 1020 KDKA Traffic Reporter Bonny Diver for the Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 8th at Schenley Park in Oakland.
Researchers say they’ve made a big breakthrough in finding the approach to early-stage breast cancer. A new study finds extensive removal of lymph nodes is not necessarily the way to go. Visit: WebMD’s story on […]
In a study in the “Journal of the American Medical Association,” for the first time researchers are saying not only is there an increased risk of breast cancer with hormone replacement therapy, but also an […]