For the fourth consecutive year, the Review-Journal printed its editions Wednesday on pink newsprint in recognition of October as breast cancer awareness month. The proceeds from retail sales, as well as the money raised at Wednesday’s Pink Paper Day Breakfast event, will go to Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada and the American Cancer Society.
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Chemotherapy saps the strength and energy of most people. Michelle White isn’t most people.
Too often in her memories, Shiela Burns sees what terrifies her. Blood at first seeping, then spurting from tumors on the chest and back of her twin sister, Las Vegas optometrist Dr. Sheryl Potter-Peccole.
Interested in knowing what you should eat to minimize your risk of breast cancer and other types of cancer? It’s simple — and it’s something you’ve heard many times before.
Breast-cancer technology is getting faster and more precise. Where mammograms were once cold and painful, they are now more comfortable and more accurate. Where treatment used to take 30 minutes a day for a period of six weeks, it now takes a 90 seconds and only one week.
Mary Ann Hoban’s fight against cancer was seemingly over from the start. The 83-year-old was given little hope to survive. But a drug trial changed all that, and she is making a remarkable recovery.
Numerous activities and tie-ins are planned in observance of October as National Breast Cancer Awareness month, which is aimed at raising awareness and funds for breast cancer research and treatment.
Summerlin resident Maura Bivens does not like December, not since 2007. December is when she was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer.
A biotech drug from Roche has become the first medicine approved to treat breast cancer before surgery, offering an earlier approach against one of the deadliest forms of the disease.
With one hand wrapped firmly on the base of the paddle and the other gripping the top, the 20-woman team pushes the dragon boat off the marina wall of Lake Las Vegas and begins another Sunday morning practice.
Sally Spurgeon, a breast cancer survivor, offers breast massages at her massage therapy office to drain lymph, relax muscles, increase circulation, reduce scar tissue and promote healing in other breast cancer clients.