Why would beauty queen Allyn Rose decide to have both of her breasts removed? She shares her very personal answer.
When the actress announced she had a prophylactic (preventive) double mastectomy, she brought new attention to this procedure — and to the BRCA1 gene. What does this mean for other women?
Doctors recommend monitoring usage of Herceptin® and chemotherapy drugs for breast cancer if you are 67 or older.
Cleveland Clinic Cardio-Oncology Center helps breast cancer survivor beat heart condition, too.
A study finds that younger women are developing advanced stage breast cancer. It’s more important than ever to start paying attention to your breast health early.
From new technology to creative treatments, these 10 advances will reshape your care in the not-too-distant future.
Breast surgeon Michael Cowher, MD, describes a surprising request from a male patient who he diagnosed with breast cancer, a 52-year-old man who had not seen a doctor since childhood.
If you or a family member needs surgery to treat cancer, here are five things you should consider.
A new procedure removes and reconstructs the breasts at one time, easing the devastating physical and emotional effects of mastectomy.
In honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, we asked Cleveland Clinic caregivers about the memories they have that they wouldn’t want to lose. Katherine Lee, MD, remembers an early breast cancer diagnosis that saved her patient’s life.