Breast Cancer Screening, What Every Woman Should Know Millions of women may be in the dark about their breast health.
Biotech Company Seeks FDA Approval To Bring Breast Cancer Diagnostic Test To MarketA Gary company may be a step closer to bringing its advanced screening test for breast cancer to market.
Clinical Breast Cancer Trials Underway At Northwestern, Promising Drug To Treat Early StagesClinical trials are underway to test a medication that is already approved for menopausal symptoms but it also may prevent and better treat early stages of breast cancer.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Announces Breast Cancer DiagnosisActress, comedian, and Emmy-winner Julia Louis Dreyfus announced Thursday on Twitter that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
South Side Softball Tournament Aims To Strike Out Breast CancerOne-thousand-two-hundred women are expected to step up to the plate to strike out breast cancer. It's all part of the 23rd annual Y-Me Softball Tournament.
Komen Chicago Teams Up With Walgreens For Mammogram InitiativeSusan G Komen wants 100,000 Chicagoland women to get mammograms by the end of October,
Susan G. Komen Mother's Day Race for the CureThousands of breast cancer survivors and supporters came out to Montrose Harbor Sunday morning for the 20th annual Komen Race for the Cure.
Cubs Honor Breast Cancer Survivors At Annual 'Pink Out' GameThe sea of blue that takes over the Friendly Confines for every Cubs home game was mixed with some pink Sunday night against the Yankees.
False Positive Mammograms Can Delay Future Screenings, Study FindsA new study has found women who receive false positive results from mammogram screenings are less likely to be re-tested within the next year, as experts recommend they do.
Bowling For Breast Cancer: Senior Women Raise AwarenessA large women’s bowling league, compromised of African American seniors, wear each year pink bowling shirts to raise awareness of breast cancer rates among senior citizens.
4 Things You Should Know About Breast CancerDr. Laura Farrington talks with CBS 2's Marissa Bailey about risks and gives us four things women need to know about breast cancer.
Commissioner Joan Murphy Dies At 79, Fought Cancer Since 2012A Cook County commissioner for the 6th District since 2002, Murphy began her political career as the elected clerk of Crestwood in 1965, at a time when “there weren’t many women in any political office,” her son said.