A breast cancer diagnosis comes with a lot of emotions. Going through cancer is stressful. And that’s why it’s so important to have a good support system.

It is the most common cancer in women around the world. Every two minutes, a woman in the United States is diagnosed with breast cancer.

We want to introduce you to a woman who’s been a volunteer with the American Cancer Society for 10 years. But her connection to cancer started several years ago, even before her own fight with breast cancer.

Hearing the words “breast cancer” is terrifying. Waiting for test results is agonizing. Then there is the difficult decision of moving forward with a lumpectomy or mastectomy.

A woman is raising awareness about breast cancer in men following her husband’s death.

A teenager has invented a device he hopes will help women and doctors detect breast cancer earlier. The ‘smart bra’ was invented by Julian Rios Cantu whose mother was diagnosed with breast cancer and it inspired him to find a way to help women detect cancer earlier. Cantu says the bra is equipped with 200 biosensors. Those sensors monitor and…

PADUCAH- The Purchase District Health Department will be hosting an outreach event Saturday, October 7, to raise awareness about breast cancer. It’s at Heartland Worship Center from 10am-12pm. Those who attend will receive information about screenings. Early detection increases the likelihood of successful treatment and the potential to be cancer free. To learn more breast cancer facts and the stories…

PADUCAH- October is breast cancer awareness month. Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing survivors’ stories and ways you can donate to help find a cure. As with any cancer, early detection is key to survival. Knowledge and information are also tools for you to make the best decision about your health. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say about…

October is breast cancer awareness month. Throughout the month, we’ll be sharing survivors’ stories and ways you can donate to help find a cure.