Actress and director Joanna Kerns opens up about her personal breast cancer diagnosis and her experience having a double mastectomy.
Almost any event is a great excuse to throw a party – but how about one to say goodbye to your breasts? When she learned she needed to undergo a double mastectomy, Andy Sealy of Philadelphia threw a “ta-ta to my tatas” party so friends and family wouldn’t
A breast cancer survivor left scarred from mastectomy complications turns to The Doctors for help. To see the special surprise The Doctors have in store for her, click here.
A breast cancer survivor left scarred from mastectomy complications gets a special surprise from plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Zarrabi.
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After discovering that she tested positive for the BRCA 2 gene mutation, her doctor then recommended that she have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to prevent the development of ovarian cancer. To help advise Monica on the risks and benefits of...
Death by caffeine? Tests to determine a woman’s marriageability? The Doctors weigh in on the most controversial and bizarre medical news. Then, The Doctors share solutions to audience members’ most pressing health concerns. Plus, one of the most shocking
Angelina Jolie's announcement that she decided to undergo a double mastectomy after discovering she carried a BRCA gene mutation led millions of women to take a strong look at their family history and take action — a phenomenon called "The Angelina...
BRCA mutation carriers have a highly elevated cancer risk, particularly for breast and ovarian cancer. The mutation affects both men and women, leaving carriers with the difficult decision between surveillance or removing the organs at risk. Here why...
Actress Angelina Jolie recently tested positive for the BRCA gene mutation, putting her at significant risk for developing breast cancer. OB/GYN Dr. Lisa Masterson weighs in.