Elaine Jones, 62, had no family history of breast cancer.
Linda Brown felt a lump on her breast one year after picking up a pamphlet on breast cancer.
In Megan Smith's recovery from breast cancer surgery, there is an obvious theme. It is pink and involves a comfy recliner.
Megan Smith thought it was a strain when she woke with pain in her arm. As a nurse, she went to a co-worker and said, "Am I crazy or is this something to worry about?"
Tara Tanksley-Stallings had no family history of breast cancer.
In October, everything seems to turn pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pink appears on yogurt lids and cereal boxes as ribbons seem to adorn everything.
Annette Miller, 60, didn't waste any time going to the doctor after finding knot in her breast while performing a self-examination.
While breast cancer advocates tout the success of early detection and treatment that has led to remarkable rates of survival, the truth is that breast cancer can strike in unusual ways and result ...
Richmond Academy quarterback Drek Reid scored two of his three touchdowns after intermission and the Musketeers rallied for a 28-21 win over the Wolfpack on Breast Cancer Awareness Night.
Augusta Christian, Augusta Prep, Curtis Baptist and Westminster participated in Thursday night's jamboree. All proceeds from the entry fee went to the American Cancer Society.
An admittedly controversial government recommendation on mammograms should not preclude women younger than 50 from getting them but should lead to a discussion with providers on whether the exam ...
Augusta physicians and breast cancer patients roundly rejected Tuesday a government panel's recommendation that women wait until age 50 to begin mammogram screening, and then only every other year.
Pam Anderson has seen a change in what it means to be a breast cancer survivor in the 12 years since she became one.
A monthlong series introducing area residents diagnosed with breast cancer. Roses courtesy of Cudos! Flowers & Gifts
She doesn't put a positive spin on her breast cancer, but her illness made her realize even more how precious life is.
Charlene Johnson was diagnosed with breast cancer on June 5, 2005. Her advice is to "keep a positive attitude and outlook on life."
After her diagnosis in August 2005, Sandra Neal was scared. Her mother had a mastectomy and died from recurrence of breast cancer.
Beth Blount recommends "talking to the ones that are taking chemo along with you helps a lot. You find out how they feel as well."
Frankie Rush Nevins was diagnosed in 1989, and has been cancer free for more than 20 years.