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Brenda Young learned some valuable lessons from her sister’s breast cancer diagnosis: to plan for tomorrow, while living for today.

Each year the American Cancer Society, Centers for Disease Control, National Cancer Institute and North American Association of Central Cancer Registries join forces to compile a report on national cancer statistics for the U.S.

Contributed by Walter Willett, MD, Dr.PH, Fredrick John Stare Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition, Chair of the Department of Nutrition and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and

On April 15, the New York Times published an article on two studies that examined the benefits of exercise and its effect on health and longevity.

You asked, we listened and the answers are in.

Our #AskBCRF social media event was tailored for those who have been diagnosed with breast cancer – their siblings, children and relatives – who had questions surrounding inherited susceptibility to breast and ovarian cancer.

One small high school has decided to make a big difference in the lives of women and men impacted by breast cancer.

One year after her mother died from breast cancer, Leigh Gale of Gates Mills, Ohio decided to start fundraising in her honor. In 2010 Penny’s Pink Lemonade was born.

After actress and filmmaker Angelina Jolie Pitt revealed she underwent two preventive surgeries to remove her ovaries, fallopian tubes, and both breasts because she carries a

On Tuesday, March 24, actress Angelina Jolie Pitt penned an op-ed in The New York Times revealing she had preventative surgery to remove her fallopian tubes and o