A team of Spanish researchers say they had discovered a 4,200-year-old skeleton of a woman with what Egyptian authorities are calling the world's oldest evidence of breast cancer, Reuters reported.
Groups of Texomans joined together to help strike out breast cancer and have fun while doing it.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida are enrolling women treated for triple negative breast cancer which is has a high rate of recurrence.
During October, pink is prevalent in an effort to raise money and awareness for those battling breast cancer.
More than a dozen people, including one brave man, donned a bra and rocked out with their bras out at the Bill Bartley Branch YMCA.
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The iconic "T" in front of Texoma Community Credit Union has been painted pink to take part in Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Family and friends of Andrea Garcia, who is battling breast cancer, banded together today to host a benefit to raise money for her medical bills.
A Texoma mom will soon be traveling to Houston to continue her fight with stage 3 breast cancer.
A city department encouraging others to care enough to wear pink says they broke a record during their breast cancer campaign.
Researchers have become more like C.S.I. detectives trying to identify new causes for breast cancer.
You may have noticed an increase in pink around Texoma recently as many organizations show their support for breast cancer awareness month.
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