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These women didn’t know they’d be harmed by their breast implants

‘If I had known cancer was linked to implants, I would never have gotten them’

Panel urges FDA to ensure patients have better information on breast implants

Several women testified that they had not been adequately warned of risks posed by implants

The FDA wants women to learn about their breast density when they get mammograms

A new FDA proposal would update mammography regulations for the first time in two decades

A breast cancer survivor lets us into her dating life: ‘The moment I mention the C-word, most people shut down’

‘They don’t know what to say. It’s complicated.’

For breast cancer survivors, sexual intimacy can be challenging

Knowing what to expect sexually during and after a diagnosis is important, but often overlooked

Breast surgeons say all breast cancer patients should be offered genetic testing. Oncologists aren’t so sure.

The breast surgeons’ recommendation got mixed reviews from oncologists and surgeons

Erin Andrews: I’m a cervical cancer survivor. I don’t want other women to become a statistic.

The incidence rate of cervical cancer has decreased by more than half, in large part thanks to the Pap test

For the first time in her Supreme Court career, Ruth Bader Ginsburg misses a day of oral arguments

The justice is recovering from cancer surgery

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has surgery for malignant nodules in her lung

Ginsburg has had two bouts with cancer

Barbara and George H.W. Bush lost a young daughter, Robin. The agony never left them.

A tragedy that splits many couples brought them closer