This Thanksgiving weekend has given one New York family something very special to be thankful for.
It’s not often that an 11-year-old gets the attention of the top guy in the NFL, but that’s exactly what Dante Cano , a fifth grader from New Jersey, did.
Shannon Forde, 41, is a longtime Mets media relations member and mother of two. She was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer in August.
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Mayor Arthur Ward had opposed requests by unionized firefighters to wear the shirts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, arguing the city could support only so many causes.
There aren’t many of the new 3D digital mammography machines around yet, but Rye Radiology in Rye Brook has one.
The George Washington Bridge will be sporting a new look this month.
To honor a loved one, to make an artistic statement, or if you are a breast cancer survivor, you can take a bra and turn it into a work of art.
Thousands participated in the 2012 Komen Greater New York City Race for the Cure, which began at 9 a.m. on Sunday. The 3.1-mile race is the largest fundraiser of the year for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.
This Sunday is the Susan G. Komen Greater New York City Race For The Cure. As well as raising much needed funding for research, the race celebrates and honors those who have lost the battle against breast cancer. TV 10-55’s Lisa Kerney profiled an exercise and recovery program called “Moving On.”
In solidarity with her best friend Summer Holt Miller, who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, Kellie Pickler has shaved off her long blonde hair.
Beefy and his owner Patrick Clemens are skateboarding across the country to raise cash to fight the disease. Clemens’ wife Erin and mother Louise are both breast cancer survivors.
The Harlem Stage celebrates its 30th anniversary, a surfing program for the visually impaired, a look at some serious women’s health issues and more in this weeks edition of Eye On New York.
Four the of the Gray Line’s red double decker tour buses have gone pink for breast cancer awareness, WCBS 880’s Jim Smith reported. $1 from each ticket goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.