From Fear to Hope
By Musa Mayer
One of the most challenging issues facing metastatic breast cancer survivors and doctors, brain metastases are getting new attention from researchers.
By Cynthia Ryan
Women's magazines frequently miss the mark when covering the nuances of breast cancer research or the wide-ranging experiences of survivors.
By Kevin Begos
Breast cancer survivors and doctors share their secrets about what works—and what doesn't—in trying to forge a successful patient-doctor relationship.
Clues to Cancer
By Sue Rochman
What if breast cancer detection techniques were as simple as a pregnancy test? We're not there yet, but new research may change the way in which some patients are diagnosed and treated.
The Stem Cell Hypothesis
By Alexandra Goho
A small population of tumor cells, called cancer stem cells, may be at the stubborn root of breast cancer.
The Simple Life
By Hannah Hoag
When it comes to diet, researchers suggest that survivors focus on the basics.
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