A new study says that mammograms are tied to overdiagnosis and unnecessary treatments among women.
In a new study, scientists find that ultrasonography is a useful tool to identify breast cancer.
Animals like dogs and fruit flies have been known to be able to detect cancer in humans for some time now, but scientists were more than surprised when they found that even pigeons can be trained to find the disease, although with just a bit of technological and human help as well.
Joan Lunden, a former co-host of ABC's "Good Morning America," wants to become an advocate for breast cancer awareness.
A new review concluded that mammograms for women in their 40s could lead to overdiagnosis.
Researchers reported that annual mammograms did not reduce breast cancer mortality rate.
Whether women in their 40s benefit from getting mammograms to detect breast cancer is quite controversial, but a new study attest in favor of more frequent screening in this age group.
Researchers discovered new genetic markers that might help screen patients for their risk factors in developing breast, ovarian, or pancreatic cancer.
Researchers found that women suffer a great deal of mental distress from false positive mammograms.