Scientists have identified genetic changes that may predict the likelihood of breast cancer relapse in women who take a common type of hormone therapy.
Charities have welcomed the decision to make a “truly life-changing drug” for women with breast cancer available on the NHS in Scotland.
An inspirational Perth woman has ramped up her efforts to raise money for breast cancer support services which helped her through her own illness.
Women who get a “false positive” result following a mammogram are twice as likely to develop breast cancer later in life than those who get a negative result, a study has suggested.
A review into a major blunder in the breast cancer screening programme which meant thousands of women were not invited to final screenings has found that the announcement was made following advice based on an incomplete understanding of what had happened.
A former contestant on America’s Next Top Model has died at the age of 34 after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
A support group for women living with breast cancer in Perth and Kinross has received a year’s supply of tea and coffee, thanks to the work of an inspirational Perth woman.
Women with high levels of a hormone that can be detected through a simple blood test may have a higher risk of breast cancer, a new study suggests.
A new online tool that could better predict the long-term risk of breast cancer returning in other areas of the body has been created.
Thousands of breast cancer patients may be safely spared gruelling chemotherapy following a landmark study.