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Study finds Black women had a worse prognosis following a breast cancer diagnosis.
Kelly Shanahan, MD, 61, is a wife, mother, daughter and doctor living with metastatic breast cancer in South Lake Tahoe, California.
Everyone with cancer deserves state-of-the-art care and a chance to live the best life possible.
Deltra Kroemer, 35, lives in Waterbury, Connecticut, with her five children. She has Stage IV breast cancer.
These common drugs can curb bone metastasis and may even keep DCIS in check, but side effects make education and awareness crucial.
The antibody-drug conjugate is the second drug approved for metastatic breast cancer in the course of a week.
The test could help patients with ER-positive breast cancer avoid months of ineffective treatment during which their disease may progress.
Retired schoolteacher Michael Kovarik, 64, lives with his partner on their farm in
Greenwich, New York. He has metastatic breast cancer.
The theme of this issue is the science underlying advances in cancer care and treatment.
COVID-19, FDA drug approvals and new approaches to treatment and quality of life stood out among this year’s top stories.
Here’s a list of the approved drugs to treat breast cancer. Click on any of the medications for more info on dosing, side effects and...
Monoclonal antibody delays disease progression in people with previously treated HER2-positive tumors.
Jamil Rivers, 42, is the board president of METAvivor, a nonprofit breast cancer organization.
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