West Michigan breast cancer survivor Sue Van Duinen advocated for change, after she developed cancer was never informed of her density.
Fifth Third Bank thanks everyone who made the 38th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run a success.
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GVSU graduate, Kirsten Platto, shares her story of how breast cancer has affected her life through family history.
WOTV 4 Women documents the journey of Teresa Hendricks Pitsch’s fight to beat breast cancer and change Michigan law regarding breast density…
Christine Law was not at high risk for breast cancer, then doctors found three tumors in her right breast.
Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids provides emotional health for everyone affected by a cancer diagnosis.
Natalia Gomez says her cancer diagnosis taught her to take control of her health care.
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Check out this step-by-step guide of how to give yourself a breast exam. Prevention is key to maintaining good health!
Two local doctors joined Daybreak to talk about the new breast density law and stressed the importance of knowing your risk factors.
The woman who pushed for Michigan’s new breast density notification law calls its passage a “bittersweet victory.”
A new Michigan law requires women are notified about their breast density. Here’s a list of questions to discuss with your doctor.
How much do you know about breast density in women and how it affects women and a breast cancer diagnosis? Test your knowledge.
Gail Saukas explains what a Personal Protection Order is and why you might need one.
An inmate at Muskegon Correctional Facility nominated Mary Berghuis.