It might still be months away, but already one group wants you to think pink.
Nationally, the Susan G. Komen foundation faced a tumultuous year.
Saturday was a chance for folks to celebrate victories and mourn losses.
A new study says women who wait more than 60 days to begin treatment for advanced breast cancer face significantly higher risks of dying than women who start therapy shortly after diagnosis.
Pictures from the Staunton River-Northside game on Friday. The Vikings wore pink to raise awareness for breast cancer.
You likely know that being overweight increases your risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. But did you know it also increases your risk for cancer?
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