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Cold caps help breast cancer patients avoid trauma of hair loss

For some women diagnosed with breast cancer, hair loss can be one of the more traumatic effects of chemotherapy. Scalp cooling caps and devices may be able to help combat hair loss, although experts warn that it is dependent on the individual and the type of chemo they use.

Wig-free portraits empower women

As Christoph Soeder began photographing women with alopecia, he wasn't sure exactly how to capture them.

How radical tattoos helped her fight breast cancer

Bernadette McLaughlin's world turned upside-down on April 16, 1990, when a visit to the doctor revealed a surprising breast cancer diagnosis.

Carton of lemons offers simple lesson about breast cancer

When Erin Chieze saw an indentation on her breast in December 2015, her conclusion was immediate. "I instantly knew I had breast cancer," she wrote on Facebook, thanks to a breast cancer awareness photo a friend had shared.

Third of breast cancer patients treated unnecessarily, study says

One in three women with breast cancer detected by a mammogram is treated unnecessarily, because screening tests found tumors that are so slow-growing that they're essentially harmless, according to a Danish study published Monday in Annals of Internal Medicine, which has renewed debate over the value of early detection.

Recovering from surgery or stress? Yoga can help

Last year, I underwent surgery, intended to repair an incisional hernia stemming from a cesarean section when I had my youngest son.

Families, lawmakers demand transparency for $89,000 drug

A newly US-approved drug with an $89,000-a-year price tag has been put on hold, owing to the latest uproar from advocates and lawmakers over high drug prices.