By the end of every conference, an unbiased treatment plan is ready to help guide a patient through the rest of her battle.
Join us for our 2nd Annual Holiday Craft Show featuring vendors with crafts of all kinds.
Employees from WKBN and Dallas W. Hartman Attorneys at Law lend a helping hand to Habitat for Humanity
The open forum at a breast cancer symposium in Boardman sent an Austintown mother and daughter away with vital information
Volunteers from WKBN 27 First News and our partners at Dallas Hartman law offices helped prime, paint and insulate Habitat’s latest home.
A local group of women affected by breast and ovarian cancer are showing their support for others battling the disease by wearing pink hair …
How well do you know scary movie quotes?
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, WKBN sat down with an expert to debunk some myths surrounding breast cancer.
WKBN’s Erika Thomas got expert responses to some of the most common beliefs about breast cancer.
Find out how the Affordable Healthcare Act helps with breast cancer awareness.
3-D digital mammography allows radiologists to see deeper into breast tissue and make a diagnosis earlier than ever before.
When host Wayne Brady summoned her to the stage during the taping in July, Tammy Romeo did not know the show would air in October to recogni…
Joanie’s Sisters in Support is a brand-new group for women affected by ovarian and breast cancer.
Find out more information about the Fall Open House at Boardman Medical Supply.
View a collection of data from the Centers for Disease Control, put into one helpful graphic by WKBN.
Even though they were told mammograms were not needed at this point in their lives, two longtime friends said they will continue to raise aw…
The symposium is Oct. 14 at Antone’s Banquet Centre on Market Street in Boardman, but the deadline to register is Tuesday.
Two women realized that raising awareness of breast cancer could only go so far if they did not take their own message to heart.
Do you know at what age you should receive a breast MRI screening?
D’Wayne Robinson wrote the book after his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer.