Researchers Find More Breast Cancer Patients Opting For MastectomyEven with widespread availability of breast conserving treatments for breast cancer, more and more women are opting for mastectomy or surgical removal of the breast.
Local Woman Tries New Approach To Removing Cancerous TissueWhen cancer keeps coming back, sometimes doctors have to take drastic measures.
Pitt Hockey Team Raising Breast Cancer AwarenessYou can support the Pitt hockey team and help raise money for breast cancer awareness at the same time.
Steelers Put On Chef's Hats To Raise Breast Cancer AwarenessSome Pittsburgh Steelers players took off the pads and put on chef's hats on Friday for a good cause.
UPMC Celebrates 'Bra Day' In Pittsburgh At Andy Warhol Museum
American Cancer Society Says Start Mammograms At 45, Not 40The American Cancer Society is revising its advice on when women should start getting mammograms and how often.
Big Show Of Support For Breast Cancer Survivors At Weekend EventsBreast Cancer Awareness Month continues and over the weekend, there was a big show of support for cancer survivors.
Cam Heyward Continuing To Honor Father Despite NFL FineCam Heyward continued to pay tribute to his father and those affected by cancer during Sunday’s win over the Arizona Cardinals.
NFL Under Fire After Steelers Players Not Allowed To Honor Family Cancer VictimsFirst Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams was told he couldn't wear pink the entire season to honor his mother, and four aunts who passed away from breast cancer.
“Cancer Warrior” Dance Performance Raises Breast Cancer AwarenessOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and many events are being held across Pittsburgh to celebrate survivors and remember those who lost the battle.
3D Mammograms Now Covered By Insurance In PennsylvaniaWhen it comes to screening for breast cancer, some women need more than just a mammogram to get a thorough look. They get a 3D picture called tomosynthesis.
Doctors Seeing Good Results With Shorter Breast Cancer Radiation TreatmentDoctors in Europe and Canada have been using much shorter radiation courses for breast cancer patients with results just as good as longer courses with less breast shrinkage and skin changes.