Kylie Minogue Compares Cancer Surgery to Performing

Kylie Minogue recently compared going in for her breast cancer surgery to performing on stage. She recalls going in for the surgery back in May of 2005 and how it felt a little bit familiar. “When the cancer was diagnosed…

Angelina Jolie Ups Cancer Awareness, Not Knowledge

Angelina Jolie, despite not having held many large movie roles in recent years, is still one of the most followed stars in Hollywood – perhaps due to her good looks, philanthropic actions, and the fact that she is married to…

Dying Inmate Paroled For Hospice Care

Kristina Fetters, now 33-years-old, was convicted of murdering her great-aunt, Arlene Klehm, 73, in 1995 at the age of 14. She was the youngest inmate in Iowa to be serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. However, after…

Amy Robach Plans Her Return To Television

Amy Robach was diagnosed with cancer recently, and was forced to leave her position as a host of Good Morning America. It seems that her cancer has even spread since her fans last had an update, but the prognosis was…

Amy Robach Diagnosed With Cancer

Throughout the month of October, everyone celebrates and recognizes the fighters and survivors of breast cancer. To kick off breast cancer awareness month, “Good Morning America” had their correspondent, Amy Robach, undergo a mammogram on live television. She agreed to…

Oregon Ducks Unveil Pink Helmets

Over the last decade, the Oregon Ducks have made a name for themselves in FBS football through their high octane offense. However, the Ducks may be even more well known for their flashy uniforms. The green and yellow school colors…

Giuliana Rancic Talks About Life After Cancer

The beloved E! News anchor and Fashion Police fashionista Giuliana Rancic sat down and opened up about her life post breast cancer. In October of 2011, Rancic announced on the ‘Today Show’ that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer.…

Breast Cancer Awareness, Think Pink

October is here, which means it’s time to think pink. Breast Cancer Awareness Month has many special events operating in local communities in order to promote breast cancer, which is a wonderful thing considering most women are unable to determine…

Breast Cancer: Forces Unite For Powerful Cause

One organization devoted to fighting breast cancer is a force of good, but three organizations coming together to research the side effects of treating the disease is a force of power. Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation (DSLRF), Susan G. Komen,…

Women Who Drink Before Bearing Children Have Higher Breast Cancer Risk

Drinking has become a pastime at some U.S. universities, but women who drink heavily in the years leading up to motherhood could be putting themselves at risk. A new study has linked drinking before childbirth to an increased risk of…