Founder Chiqeeta Jamison and diagnostic radiologist, Dr. Judy Dean, visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about their mission of educating women about breast cancer and dense-breast tissue.
Actress Loretta Devine visited the KCAL9 studios Thursday to talk about the What A Pair! Benefit Concert to Support Cedars-Sinai’s Breast Cancer Research & Education Program.
A new report finds that women in their 60s are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease compared to breast cancer.
For many cancer patients, losing hair during chemotherapy can be especially hard during an already tough time. A new cap is being tested on breast cancer patients at UCLA Medical Center and it may save their hair.
Author Hollye Jacobs stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to tell viewers about her new book “The Silver Lining: A Supportive and Insightful Guide to Breast Cancer”.
Academy Award-winning actress Marlee Matlin and LA Lakers’ Jordan Hill joined thousands of others Saturday at the 18th Annual Susan G. Komen L.A. County Race for the Cure®.
“It’s a song about getting through the struggles of life and about looking on the positive side of things,” says Kevin Clayton, Quattro’s manager.
A 62-year-old woman is touting how a West Hollywood clinic, which aids low-income residents and those who are uninsured, helped her battle breast cancer.
A Culver City woman shared her battle with breast cancer in a video diary she posted on YouTube.
A campaign is underway at City of Hope hospital in Duarte to educate African-American women about the risks of breast cancer.
Mark Pilon, Executive Director of Komen LA County, and co-chairs of 2014 Komen LA County Race for the Cure, Barbara Covington and Elisa Robichaud, stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell viewers about the race.
Walk Co-Chairs Jennifer Bailey and Juli Reed and ACS Making Strikes Event Mananger Allison Winslow stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to tell viewers about the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk!
What began as an outlet for one local woman to document her fight against breast cancer will soon be a source of support and insight for others facing a similar diagnosis.
Technology developed 15 years ago for the United States military may now help women in the fight against breast cancer.
Program Director for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, Eloise Caggiano, stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell viewers about the event over the weekend in Santa Barbara!