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"I got nipple tattoos and ditched my bad boyfriend. And that was just the beginning." One woman's brave story.
The Dente family was the picture of health. Liz, 49, and Tom, 48, and their two kids were always on the go—running, biking and playing outside together.
Breast Cancer Awareness month may officially be over, but that doesn't mean the conversation needs to end, too.
To celebrate National Breast Cancer Awareness month, we sifted through the sea of pink beauty loot that came across our desks and picked products and gear guaranteed to make you look good and feel eve
Breast Cancer Awareness month means spreading the word about breast health and encouraging every woman to get checked regularly.
The most interesting stats and figures, plus a few facts that could save your breasts (and your life).
In a world full of breast cancer awareness products, it's hard to tell which ones are legit. Some don't even disclose how much they donate when we buy their pink products.
When Margaret W. Smith -- mother, wife, soldier, and marathoner -- had a double mastectomy at age 29 as a preemptive strike against cancer, she chose not to reconstruct.
Give back as you get a good sweat in. This year's products that support breast cancer awareness run the gamut to help your mind, body, and spirit.
This isn't another scary breast cancer story. Instead it's a guide to your girls — lumps, bumps, weird woes, and all. Get to know the facts to keep your breasts healthy for life.
Our favorite products that benefit breast cancer research.
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At 27, Kristin Guinan was fit, active, and strong — and she wanted to stay that way. Her decision to have a double mastectomy to prevent breast cancer became her greatest test of strength.
One month after her 39th birthday, Liora Hess, a bright, spirited medical editor from Atlanta, Georgia, faced the unimaginable: breast cancer.
She plays a doctor on ABC's Grey's Anatomy, but Chandra Wilson's commitment to finding a cure for breast cancer is far more personal than that.
Every woman has a 1 in 8 chance of contracting breast cancer in her life. Performing regular breast self-exams and knowing risks can help prevent breast cancer.
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