Low-fat diet may cut risk of dying from breast cancer, study finds

Doctors say the results show a way women might improve their odds of survival

20H ago

Facebook bans breast cancer ad campaign

Facebook is facing backlash for banning an ad campaign that aims to highlight "the reality of a breast cancer diagnosis"

May 3

New recommendations call for less frequent mammograms

The American College of Physicians said the majority of women should get a mammogram every other year starting at age 50

Apr 8

Early bird or night owl? Sleep traits linked to breast cancer risk

New research suggests women who love the early hours of the day are less likely to develop breast cancer

Nov 6, 2018

How Americans feel about cancer care

Cancer remains the nation's second leading cause of death. With so many touched by the illness, the American Society of Clinical Oncology conducted a survey on cancer-related issues. The group questioned nearly 5,000 Americans, including how optimistic people are about finding a cure for the disease within the next 50 years. Dr. David Agus joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the survey’s findings as well as a new editorial about regulating wearable devices that monitor our health.

Nov 3, 2018 02:54

Could weight loss lower the risk of breast cancer?

A new study finds women who lost weight after menopause were less likely to develop invasive breast cancer​

Oct 9, 2018

At least 15 men near Ground Zero after 9/11 have breast cancer

A group of men is working to bring awareness to first responders and others still suffering from 9/11-related illnesses​

Sep 11, 2018

Landmark breast cancer study suggests major change to treatment

Largest study ever done of breast cancer treatment could spare up to 70,000 patients a year in the U.S. from chemo they don't really need

Jun 4, 2018

Doctors warn of heart risk from some breast cancer therapies

Health experts sound a warning about potential side effects of a growing number of breast cancer​ treatments

Feb 1, 2018

Researchers test ultrasound to detect breast cancer

If proven to be effective, the new type of scans could eventually be used in addition to annual mammograms

Dec 13, 2017

A better mammogram? Study puts 3D scans to the test

Health officials are starting a huge study to tell if the newer, sometimes pricier scans really improve screening for breast cancer

Dec 7, 2017

Birth control pills slightly raise risk of breast cancer, study suggests

About 140 million women use some type of hormonal contraception, including about 16 million in the United States

Dec 7, 2017

Risk for breast cancer's return can linger for decades

A new, large study finds that women treated for early stage breast cancer still face a substantial risk of recurrence up to 20 years later

Nov 9, 2017

Grand Rounds: The battle against breast cancer

In our new medical series, Grand Rounds, we take a look at breast cancer — a disease that will affect one in eight women in their lifetime

Oct 12, 2017

Grand Rounds: Breast cancer

In the first installment of our new medical series, Grand Rounds, we look at breast cancer — a disease that will affect one in eight women in their lifetime. Cancer expert and head of University of Southern California's Westside Cancer Center Dr. David Agus joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the latest technology, treatments and research on the disease.

Oct 12, 2017 04:00

Pregnancy after breast cancer study may ease worries

Younger women with breast cancer don't need to give up hope of having a baby, new research shows

Jun 7, 2017

In "landmark" study, breast cancer drug extends lives

The drug is already approved in the U.S., and may be a promising option for some women with hard-to-treat breast cancer

May 31, 2017

What happens when breast cancer comes back?

Recurrence "reinforces that breast cancer is potentially a systemic or whole body disease from the get-go," UCLA expert says

May 31, 2017

Study: Radiation may be overused for breast cancer

New research suggests some patients get more radiation than they really need, raising risks and costs

Mar 15, 2017

Is soy OK for breast cancer patients?

“I think it’s safe to say soy doesn’t have harmful effects on breast cancer,” researcher says of new study

Mar 7, 2017

Woman shares "trick" to finding breast cancer doctors never told her

Young woman says if she had followed standard advice, her lump "may have grown too large to be treatable"

Feb 8, 2017

Good news for older women with early form of breast cancer

A new study offers some reassuring statistics about DCIS, a very early form of breast cancer

Jan 27, 2017

“The hardest part” of breast cancer under 40

One woman shares her story of the special challenges younger women can face with breast cancer

Oct 27, 2016

Private struggle: Some with breast cancer keep it to themselves

Some breast cancer patients say "Pinktober" events make them blue and they'd prefer to be more private about their condition

Oct 25, 2016

Researchers tackle metastatic breast cancer

“We have a lot of work to do to improve survival for metastatic breast cancer,” says N.Y. doctor working to develop new treatments

Oct 21, 2016

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Winning hearts and minds over vaccines

The World Health Organization listed vaccine hesitancy – when parents delay or withhold vaccines for their children – as one of the Top 10 health risks for 2019. Now, with more than 700 confirmed cases of measles in 23 states, public health officials are scrambling to put a stop to it. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on health experts using science as an antidote to misinformation about vaccines.

May 12 09:50

How Howard Stern became a new man

Over the past 13 years, Howard Stern helped SiriusXM satellite radio grow from a fledgling experiment into a 33 million-subscriber empire. But Stern, who made a name for himself as a potty-mouthed shock jock, has evolved – as a celebrity interviewer and as a person. He talks with Tracy Smith about his new book of interviews, "Howard Stern Comes Again"; his psychotherapy; a health scare that demonstrated he "wasn't Superman"; and how he and his wife are guardian angels to a thousand rescue cats.

May 12 08:25

"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek on his cancer diagnosis

For 35 years Alex Trebek has hosted nearly 8,000 episodes of the game show "Jeopardy!" and won six Emmy Awards. And while contestant James Holzhauer's record-setting streak has been making headlines of late, the biggest news from the show has been Trebek's fight against pancreatic cancer. He talked with Jane Pauley about his chemotherapy, the crippling pain, and his determination not to miss a day of work.

May 12 09:21

Flight of fancy: The TWA Hotel

When Trans World Airlines went bankrupt in 2001, it looked like the end for architect Eero Saarinen's classic TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, one of the most distinctive buildings in the world. But it was rescued from the bulldozer by building preservationists, and the magnetic terminal that once drew air travelers has now been transformed into the nostalgic TWA Hotel, which recalls the glamour of '60s jet-setting aviation. Kris Van Cleave checks in.

May 12 05:18

The Central Park Five: A cautionary tale of injustice

Wrongly convicted as teenagers for a crime that shocked New York City, the five men who came to be known as the "Central Park Five," who were exonerated by a jailhouse confession and DNA tests, are the subjects of a new Netflix miniseries. Correspondent Maurice DuBois talks with Yusef Salaam, Antron McCray, Raymond Santana, Korey Wise and Kevin Richardson, and with Ava DuVernay, director of "When They See Us."

May 12 07:16

Navy SEAL pleads guilty for role in Green Beret's 2017 death

Adam Matthews, one of four U.S. servicemen charged in Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar's 2017 death, pleaded guilty to hazing, assault and other charges

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Uncovering $230 billion involved in money laundering

It wasn't Howard Wilkinson's job to investigate his bank's clients, but a colleague's request led him to find possibly the biggest money-laundering case in history. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday

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Mother caught on video confronting class says daughter was bullied

"Sisters, aunts, anybody over 18, I'll f— them all up. Do you understand me? Leave my daughter alone," the woman says to the students

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Trailer for David Letterman's Netflix show released

Kanye West opens up about being bipolar – and about velcro – in his one-on-one with Letterman

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Where all the 2020 Democratic candidates stand on health care

While most agree that universal coverage is an attainable goal, candidates differ when it comes to specifics

32M ago

Notable deaths in 2019

A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity

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Met Gala 2019: Red carpet looks

See what all your favorite celebrities wore to fashion's biggest night

May 6 80 photos

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Shows and movies you'll want to stream soon

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Private secrets shared via postcard

Since 2004, hundreds of thousands of anonymous contributors with something to get off their chest have sent postcards to the website PostSecret.com

Apr 28 32 photos

Awe-inspiring reasons to love Planet Earth

On Earth Day it's time to stop and appreciate our planet

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Navy SEAL pleads guilty for role in Green Beret's 2017 death

Adam Matthews, one of four U.S. servicemen charged in Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar's 2017 death, pleaded guilty to hazing, assault and other charges

7M ago

Uncovering $230 billion involved in money laundering

It wasn't Howard Wilkinson's job to investigate his bank's clients, but a colleague's request led him to find possibly the biggest money-laundering case in history. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday

10M ago

Mother caught on video confronting class says daughter was bullied

"Sisters, aunts, anybody over 18, I'll f— them all up. Do you understand me? Leave my daughter alone," the woman says to the students

13M ago

Trailer for David Letterman's Netflix show released

Kanye West opens up about being bipolar – and about velcro – in his one-on-one with Letterman

21M ago

Where all the 2020 Democratic candidates stand on health care

While most agree that universal coverage is an attainable goal, candidates differ when it comes to specifics

32M ago

Uncovering $230 billion involved in money laundering

It wasn't Howard Wilkinson's job to investigate his bank's clients, but a colleague's request led him to find possibly the biggest money-laundering case in history. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday

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