Experts and those who've lived with the illness share how you can really offer your support.
My inaccurate results meant I had been carrying around a devastatingly unnecessary burden for more than a decade.
"It got me through the most difficult period of my life," Jeong recalled.
"You get to see me as this model, and I’m also a breast cancer survivor, I’m also black, I’m also queer. I’m not just one identity that you want to pull out, right?"
SHE Media's Reshma Gopaldas on the importance of friends on your breast cancer journey.
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani spoke with SHE Media’s Reshma Gopaldas about living with cancer at age 35 — with a dash of humor and Chipotle.
The “Grease" star wants her fans to know that despite her cancer, reports she is dying have been "greatly exaggerated."
How could I feel confident when I was wholeheartedly embarrassed by my jagged pink scars?
The reality TV star had received her stage 4 diagnosis just two months earlier.
In the weeks and months after the best-possible outcome, I felt lost.
"I really want people people to be aware that this is an option," the tattoo artist and eyebrow expert said.
For some survivors, this is the only way they can become biological parents.
Serena Williams got out of her “comfort zone” by singing a rendition of “I Touch Myself” to promote self-examinations and early detections for breast cancer.
In January, I found out I had the mutated BRCA1 gene.
“The idea of not being covered when you’re in a crisis ... is an unconscionable thing to me,” said the “Veep” star, who was diagnosed with cancer a year ago.
The "Veep" actress is back to work and baring her soul in a new interview.
The "E! News" host gets real about how she takes care of herself each day.
A man is more likely to accidentally drown than to contract breast cancer, but it still happens.
There was a wave of excitement at Ireland’s Magheramore beach this past weekend ― and that’s the naked truth. That’s because
Genetic testing and counseling rates among women of color and men in general are still too low.