Breast cancer research is ever-evolving. Here is the latest on what we know about the disease.
Better Than Ever: Amy Robach on Life After Breast Cancer
Good Morning America’s Amy Robach shares her story of overcoming cancer and learning to love her friends, family and—most importantly—herself better than ever.
October Breast Cancer Awareness Events
People all around the nation are coming together in fun ways to support breast cancer awareness.
Geralyn Lucas on Red Lipstick and Recovery
Geralyn Lucas says sexy is a state of mind. Learn how red lipstick helped this cancer survivor fight back.
“Why I Got a Mastectomy at 23”
After tracing the BRCA1 and 2 genes through her paternal side, one 23-year-old made the life-changing decision to undergo a prophylactic double mastectomy as a preemptive strike against breast cancer.
10 Awesome Breast Cancer Charities You’ve Never Heard Of
These lesser-known breast cancer charities are making a big difference.
Geralyn Lucas: Why I Wore Lipstick To My Mastectomy
Geralyn Lucas has a powerful message for breast cancer survivors: “You are beautiful.”
Are You Getting the Best Mammogram Possible?
Not all mammograms are created equal. Here are 12 steps to getting a top-notch mammogram.
Dr. Susan Love: Finding the Cause of Breast Cancer
Dr. Susan Love opens up about her personal journey with cancer—and explains why finding the cause of breast cancer should be medicine’s main priority.
What Breast Cancer Treatment Is Right for You?
Many breast cancer patients can safely skip invasive, often debilitating treatments. Four questions to help you decide whether to take the risk.
Cooking for a Cure
Ann Ogden Gaffney is on a mission to spread the therapeutic and overall health benefits of cooking to cancer patients.
A Cancer Lesson: You Are Not Alone
Cancer survivors Judy Pearson and Karen Shayne are on a mission to bring hope, joy and solidarity to fellow cancer survivors world-wide.