It is a disease that affects thousands of woman in Maryland– killing more here in Baltimore than any other area.
A Baltimore woman diagnosed with breast cancer and given less than two years to live is hoping to fulfill a dying wish.
Amber Blose typed up a few paragraphs and posted to the Internet. With the last few key strokes, she wrote:
“No sugar-coating will be found. That’s just not my style.”
They may be wearing pink on the the field this October, but The Baltimore Ravens off-the-field contributions are doing more for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is today. Also, Chef Jerry Infantino has more on an “Evening of Unexpected Delights.”
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A campaign is dedicated to raising awareness for the disease through education.
Today is the St. Gabriel’s Festival! Also, we have information on how one local restaurant is fighting breast cancer.
Dr. Meyer says up to sixty percent of patients undergoing treatment for all types of cancers can develop chemo brain to some degree.
According to a new study, young women who eat less red meat may have a lower risk of developing breast cancer later in life.
More riders and more events for the 14th annual Ride Across Maryland.
It’s one of the biggest summer fundraisers in Maryland, and in 13 years it’s raised $2.5 million for the fight against breast cancer.
A new study says obesity can have a negative effect on young breast cancer patients.