National Mammography Day is a part of Breast Cancer Awareness month and is celebrated on the third Friday of October every year.
Breast cancer does not discriminate. No matter your background, occupation, or social status, all women are at risk of developing breast cancer.
October 1st marks the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a month where thousands wear the Pink Ribbon to help spread awareness about breast cancer and raise money for much-needed research.
We love delivering Good News. And this week's announcement is a great achievement for Prostate Cancer Research.
Most of us have a family member, or someone close to us, who puts off seeing their doctor. And they all have their reasons for not going to see the doctor.
With many forms of cancer out there, it is common that awareness months are often shared between types. September is a big month for Cancer Awareness.
Prevention, early detection, and treatment are at the heart of lung cancer research throughout the world. Thanks to government funding and generous contributions from private individuals, cutting-edge research offers the greatest opportunity for us to fight cancer right at the front line.
World Lung cancer day, traditionally observed in August, provides an opportunity for healthcare providers and communities to spread awareness about lung cancer and offer advice and guidance on how to spot and prevent lung cancer, and improve current treatment outcomes and patients’ experience.
Getting a cancer diagnosis is a life changing event, but it doesn’t mean your life has to stop there. Thanks to new treatments and innovations in home healthcare, more and more people are living with lung cancer for longer, and surviving.
Soft tissue sarcoma is a rare cancer type that affects the tissues that surround vital parts of the body. Soft […]