| Mar 25, 2010
| 4:35 PM
He promised he would. Back when lawmakers started chafing about the political fallout from the health care reform effort, when tea party activists were disrupting congressional town halls and later when they were tilting the odds toward Republican Scott...
| Apr 7, 2010
| 4:34 PM
Retired women's tennis champion Martina Navratilova announced she is battling breast cancer Wednesday morning on Good Morning America....
| Jan 5, 2010
| 4:24 PM
by Mark Silva Ann Romney, wife of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, says her husband has at least a year to make up his mind about making another bid for the Republican presidential nomination. "You know, he's gonna have to......
| Sep 30, 2010
Second opinions are a must! At my annual mammogram, a small spot was found in my left breast. The breast surgeon performed a physical exam and ultrasound. The surgeon explained the spot was too small to do a needle aspiration, if done, it could split...
| Sep 30, 2010
In October 1993, I felt a large mass in my right breast. I went to my family doctor who ordered a mammogram and ultrasound. The doctor that did the testing said that the mass was not showing a definitive shape. She sent me for a biopsy which confirmed...
| Oct 10, 2010
There was a sea of pink at City Park Sunday morning. Thousands of people gathered to make strides against breast cancer. Among the crowd ABC26 News Reporter Vanessa Bolano.
All of us have tough days, but for many of these people life has thrown an...
| Apr 1, 2010
Dear Mayo Clinic: I am age 70 and had a complete hysterectomy about 20 years ago for benign fibroids. Do I need to get a gynecological exam every year when I'm not having any problems? I do get a mammogram every year.
Answer: You can probably safely skip...
| May 10, 2010
" Breast cancer" is one of the scariest pairs of words a woman can hear. Perhaps that is why so many women opt for the most drastic treatment, a double mastectomy, even when doctors detect a tiny mass that may never cause symptoms. Part of the problem...
| May 13, 2010
Screening for breast cancer isn't like looking for a needle in a haystack. It's harder. It's like looking for needles in a big field of haystacks, where some of the haystacks have needles, while most don't, but you don't know which are which, so you...
| Apr 5, 2010
Dr. John G. West has been studying women's breasts for 33 years. In his office, The Breast Link at the Breast Care and Imaging Center of Orange, Calif., he has twice diagnosed my separate cancers, a 7-millimeter invasive ductal carcinoma on the right in...
| Apr 12, 2010
Breast-cancer-screening isn't like looking for a needle in a haystack. It's harder. It's like looking for needles in a big field of haystacks, where some of the haystacks have needles, while most don't, but you don't know which are which, so you have to...
| Jun 1, 2010
Rhonda McCartt was in shock when a mammogram and biopsy revealed precancerous cells in her breast.
In the past, such a diagnosis would have been a signal to wait and worry, with close monitoring to see whether the cells became cancerous. These days, as...