Misunderstandings About Breast Cancer Remain Despite Developments In Detection, TreatmentThe first misconception is that breast cancer is one disease.
Veteran Journalist Cokie Roberts Dies At 75Considered a trailblazer in broadcasting, Roberts won three Emmy awards. 
Komen Connections: Sonya Keshwani Uses Style And Fashion To Fight Breast CancerIn between treatments, Sonya Keshwani started designing fashionable head wraps.
Komen Connections: Documentary Covers Runner's Journey Through Double Mastectomy"My worst fear considering my double mastectomy was that I wouldn't be able to run again and that it would be a lot harder to breathe," Caroline Plank said. 
Komen Connections: Doctor/Survivor Takes To Social Media To Warn Young Women To Get CheckedA local dentist who was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer in her 20s wants other young woman to hear her story -- and she's using social media to help do that.
Health Officials Urging More Women To Test For 2 Genes Linked To Breast, Ovarian CancerMutations of these genes can increase the risk of cancer CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Scientists Turn Breast Cancer Cells Into Fat, Stops Disease From Spreading, Report SaysTheir research found that treating the test subjects with a diabetic drug (rosiglitazone) and a cancer treatment (trametinib) triggered the amazing cell change.
Lawmakers Celebrate Passage Of Shannon's Law Requiring Insurance Companies To Cover Mammograms From Age 35 Up"Shannon's Law" was inspired by Long Island teacher and mother Shannon Saturno, who died from breast cancer at the age of 31. 
New Drug Offers Hope For Women With Late-Stage Breast CancerIt's a combination of drugs that allows women with the most common form of breast cancer to live life with their disease. 
Partial Breast Radiation Procedure Giving Women More Options Against CancerInstead of radiating the entire breast, the process uses focused radiation on the small area where tumors are removed.
Healthy Weight, Diet Showing Big Drop In Breast Cancer Risks For WomenNew research shows that changes in diet not only lowers risk for breast cancer, it also reduces a woman's risk of dying of the disease.