Liz's family, including her mother, aunt, and grandmother, all battled breast cancer. Her family history and the discovery of a lump in her breast led the mother of seven to have a double mastectomy.
JoAnn battled breast cancer twice and when the daughter she gave up for adoption reached out to her after 45 years, she knew she had to warn her of the possibility of the disease.
Considering the BRCA test for breast cancer? Breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk shares about a new spit test you can take at home.
Finding out that you might be at risk for breast cancer is getting easier.
Actress and director Joanna Kerns has come to The Doctors to open up about her breast cancer diagnosis and decision to undergo a double mastectomy.
Trish and Greg always dreamed of having children, but when Trish was diagnosed with breast cancer they feared their dreams of starting a family was going to be derailed.
Woman Battling Cancer Bravely Follows Dream to Become a Mom
The Doctors discuss a study that found women who are unhappy with their breast size are less likely to perform self-breast exams to check for potential cancer lumps.
A new study finds that women unhappy with the size of their breasts are less likely to check them for cancerous lumps.
Plastic surgeon Dr. Ritu Chopra joins breast surgeon Dr. Kristi Funk and Liz who underwent a double mastectomy to describe the process of reconstructing her breasts using cutting-edge self-inflating expanders.