Everyone knows women face a risk of developing breast cancer. Although far rarer, the disease can surface in men, too.
Research advances and a personalized approach helped one Michigan woman flip the script on stage 4 breast cancer.
A U-M breast cancer patient describes how hospital resources, and the support of family, helped her navigate treatment.
You can’t change your family history. But you can modify certain traits to lower your chances of developing breast cancer.
Varying guidelines can make scheduling your first mammogram confusing. Talking with your doctor — and knowing your health history — can help.