Study Finds Breast Cancer Testing Guidelines Are Out Of Date, Missing Genetic ScreeningAccording to a new study, the breast cancer testing guidelines are out of date and limit genetic testing.
Doctors Hoping New Technique Prevents Loss Of Feeling From Breast Reconstruction SurgeryPittsburgh doctors are among just a few nationwide using a new technique in breast reconstruction surgery.
Researchers Study Vaccine To Target Aggressive Form Of Breast CancerA team of researchers are studying a new anti-cancer vaccine that would help the body resist the return of an aggressive form of breast cancer.
'60 Minutes' Correspondent Lara Logan Visits Pittsburgh, Reflects On Being A Survivor Of Sexual AssaultCBS News correspondent Lara Logan is a survivor of sexual assault and breast cancer. She was in Pittsburgh this week to hand out a prize from the Magee Womens Research Institute.
Participants Raise $180K In Breast Cancer WalkPittsburghers came together to help stomp out breast cancer on Saturday morning at Highmark Stadium in Station Square.
Processed Meats Linked To Breast Cancer, Says StudyEating processed meats like bacon, sausages and ham could increase the risk of breast cancer, a study has said.
New Class Of Drugs For Metastatic Breast Cancer Showing PromiseMore and more women are surviving breast cancer, but with that comes the risk of the cancer spreading elsewhere and making it more difficult to treat.
Pa. Breast Cancer Coalition Awards Two Researchers $100K In GrantsEvery year there are more breast cancer survivors, thanks in part to research being done here in Pittsburgh.
New 3D Technique Helping To Diagnose Breast Cancer In Some WomenThere is a new technique helping to diagnose breast cancer. It's called automated breast ultrasound -- ABUS, for short.
Pittsburgh Comes In Third In Nationwide Breast Cancer FundraiserSeventeen Pittsburgh men were able to raise almost $180,000 for the American Cancer Society's "Real Men Wear Pink" fundraiser during the month of October.
At-Home Test Can Help Determine Breast Cancer RiskOne out of every eight women will develop breast cancer in the course of her lifetime. But what if you could take a test in the privacy of your home that would tell you the likelihood of YOU being that one?
Home Of Hope Helping Breast Cancer Patients During Difficult TimeA breast cancer diagnosis is devastating at any age, but for younger women, it's especially difficult - dealing with treatments and keeping up with normal, everyday stresses.
Having 'Dense Breasts' Could Require Additional Cancer ScreeningsForty percent of women have dense breasts, which could hide small abnormalities on a mammogram.
DeAngelo Williams Foundation Funds Free Mammograms In North CarolinaThe DeAngelo Williams Foundation sponsored a number of mammograms for low income and uninsured women in Charlotte, North Carolina, Saturday.
Thousands Participate In Pittsburgh Race For The CureThis year, 20,000 people took part in the Pittsburgh Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.