Local West Michigan women who have survived or are surviving breast cancer share their pictures.
Breast density and family history both play roles in your risk for developing breast cancer.
The West Michigan Whitecaps are celebrating their 22nd year.
Lawyer Teresa Hendricks-Pitsch advocated to pass Senate Bill 879 to require doctors to notify women if they have dense breasts.
Levels of breast density fall into four categories that can help determine if you’re at greater risk for breast cancer.
Dr. Judy Smith of Spectrum Health Cancer Center answers questions about breast density.
Breast cancer affects men, too. Hear Jim Connor’s story about his wife’s battle with breast cancer.
The Pink Tie Guys was formed for men to gather and help support women in West Michigan with breast cancer.
There are many ways to detect breast cancer. Here are five common tests and descriptions of each.
Support breast cancer efforts in West Michigan by participating in fundraising events.
Jill Smith created Eat Real Simple after her husband’s cancer diagnosis.
Kent County is launching its 2015 enrollment campaign for state-funded free preschool this week.
The chief of oncology at Spectrum Health walks you through what triggers a dense breast tissue notification.
You may not think fun and funky with neutrals, but Tiffany Talsma shows how neutrals just might surprise you.
Check out Maranda’s top picks in this week’s Five Star Family Fun Update.
Starting June 1, health care providers across the state will be required by law to inform women in writing if they have dense breasts
Ionia County YAC awards and receive grant dollars to implement in the community.
All new shows and what’s been canceled for ABC’s fall line-up.
The first step to breast cancer prevention and care is understanding. Make the right decisions by utilizing breast cancer glossaries.
Meet the guys of Bachelorette 19!
Discover resources to help you learn more about breast density.
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.