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After skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. That's why it's so important to raise awareness and dispel common myths.
Screening for breast cancer can seem complicated, especially if something suspicious is found. ProMedica's breast cancer navigator explains the process.
The genetics counseling program at ProMedica Flower Hospital received a $50,000 award in the form of vouchers to help patients in need of financial assistance.
Outreach coordinator Robin Charney receives a much-needed letter from a fellow breast cancer patient with a shared experience.
Sexuality counselor, Luigi D'Amato shares some of the common conditions and medications that can lower sex drive in women.
BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 aren't the only genes we can test for. Our genetic counselor describes additional genes associated with breast cancer.
Survivors, supporters & those who have lost loved ones to cancer wrote inspirational Messages of Hope on our giant letters at this year's Race for the Cure.
Nurse navigator Debbie Osentoski explains how she guides patients through an often overwhelming journey and works with a team to provide coordinated care.
This year, Chrys Peterson's bib will change from "In Celebration of" to "In Memory of" her friend of 22 years, LuAnn Canipe.
Thanks to the many patients she had treated throughout the years, Tina Golebiewski knew she had a fighting chance against cancer. Now, she's a proud survivor.
Each year, the hockey rink goes pink and the community rallies behind an important cause: Cancer awareness. Learn about the history and impact of this event.
Susan G. Komen® is the world’s largest breast cancer organization. Here's what they're doing locally to fight breast cancer.