Latonya Wilson advocates for better understanding of metastatic breast cancer and more outreach to African Americans.
African-American women are 42 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than their white counterparts.
About 480 men are expected to die from breast cancer this year.
We asked the experts what they think will be the next big breakthroughs.
Many breast cancer campaigns often fail to acknowledge people with advanced breast cancer.
Using molecular tests to select the most appropriate treatment leads to better outcomes.
Fitness trackers predict how cancer patients will respond to treatment.
Genetic test can help guide decisions about treatment after surgery.
New drug targets RET mutations in multiple cancer types.
Immunotherapy worked better than chemotherapy as first-line treatment for people with a favorable biomarker.
Half of those treated with the experimental immunotherapy bb2121 no longer had detectable cancer.
Yoga, meditation, acupuncture and more can be safely used to relieve side effects of standard treatment.
Precision medicine matches patients with the treatments most likely to work for them.
Genetic mutation raises the risk of breast, ovarian and prostate cancers.
Peter J. Pitts is president of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest.
Journalist Catherine Guthrie recounts her experience navigating two bouts of breast cancer and cultural expectations of femininity.
Jamie Troil Goldfarb, 40, is a patient advocate and works in public relations. She lives in Takoma Park, Maryland, with her husband and son.
Nancie Petrucelli is senior genetic counselor at the Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit.
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