Health Watch: Testing Breast Cancer Drugs To Avoid SurgeryAn innovative new way to test breast cancer drugs is trying to improve early stage detection by trying medications before women have surgery.
Komen Greater NY Race For The Cure Runs Through Central ParkDespite soggy conditions, thousands of people turned out to help fight breast cancer in Central Park on Sunday.
Mother Credits Newborn With Inspiring Cancer Recovery, Fight For CureA mother's devastating news about a breast cancer diagnosis mid-pregnancy turned into a story of survival, and today she says the baby made all the difference.
Komen Connections: Deal With Your Cancer Diagnosis With A 'Moving For Life' Exercise ProgramA cancer diagnosis can be traumatic both physically and mentally. But research has shown exercise, even something as simple as basic dance movement, can greatly enhance a patients sense of well being.
Komen Connections: Expert Says African-American Women Must Remain Vigilant With Breast Cancer ScreeningBreast cancer is the most common cancer among African-American women, and when it comes to survival the numbers are bleak.
Komen Connections: How Patient Navigators Help In Dealing With Cancer DecisionsAid with the daunting financial, family and medical decision in a cancer diagnosis can make a huge different for women facing the illness.
Komen Connections: When Cancer Takes Your Breath Away, Get It Back With YogaA cancer diagnosis can take anyone’s breath away. But thanks to one organization, some patients are quite literately learning to breathe again.
Gearing Up To Race For The Cure In Central ParkNext weekend, Central Park turns pink. Thousands of people will help fight breast cancer by taking part in the annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
New Treatments Offer Hope For Advanced-Stage Breast Cancer PatientsWhile there's still no cure if it metastasizes, the new treatments are increasing survival significantly and with much better quality of life.
Pain And Perspective: Long Island Woman Hits The Road To Battle Breast CancerMore than a decade ago, a Long Island woman made the commitment to "walk the walk" until breast cancer was no more.
New Technology Making Breast Reconstruction Safer For Cancer SurvivorsAs CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reports, it’s a high-tech, high-def, 3D video microscope.
Watch: CBS2 At Sisters For The CureCBS2's Janelle Burrell, Elise Finch and Dana Tyler joined the Sisters for the Cure event Saturday, taking part in conversations about the importance of breast cancer screening and services.