The 19th annual Susan. G. Komen Race for the Cure event kicked off at Dodger Stadium Saturday morning.
Experts say many women find out about crucial changes to their body through their loved ones. They say couples can work together for early detection.
A cancer diagnosis may mean changes to every aspect of one’s life, including skin care, and one local woman has made it her mission to help patients find their glow again.
A local high school girls basketball team, that had been forced to forfeit playing in a championship game for wearing illegal uniforms, is now being allowed to play.
A girls high school basketball team in Harbor City faces disappointment after working all season to get into the playoffs, only to be told they’ve been disqualified because of their uniforms.
Strassman was also known for starring in the film “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” and the sequel “Honey, I Blew Up the Kid.”
A huge crowd gathered Sunday from across Southern California for the American Cancer Society’s 5th Annual “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K,” a non-competitive walk in Costa Mesa.
Emma Manetta is on a mission to support patients undergoing treatment at The MemorialCare Breast Center at Orange Coast Memorial in Fountain Valley, where her mother, Shawna, receives care.
While the program is free you could say it is invaluable to the driver and the passenger.
In honor of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, doctors will be on hand Wednesday evening to answer calls about the potentially deadly diseases.
Breast Cancer Survivor and American Cancer Society volunteer Brenda Bianchino stopped by KCAL9 Monday to talk about this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.
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.