In the Pink: Breast cancer survivors, treatment, prevention, hope

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we’ve created a special edition of this newspaper to make you aware of prevention and treatment, as well to provide hope through inspirational survival stories.

Editorial: ‘In the Pink’ for a good cause

Meet the ‘Miracle Patient’ Stage 4, and 9 years later, she’s still doing well

Jodi Padgett developed breast cancer, but she fought back

The stages of breast cancer

History of cancer treatment

Area screening, treatment options

Brenda Stephan battled cancer and won

Digital breast tomosynthesis is the ‘Cadillac’ of breast cancer screening

Don’t forget those self-exams

Personal scare prompts reporter to be vigilant about annual mammogram screenings

She educated herself and kept her sense of humor

Looking at cancer DNA to determine what type of chemotherapy will work best

Former Prescott High volleyball coach Shellie Bowman beat breast cancer, and is better for it

How your dead relatives could save your life

Myriad fundraising efforts help promote breast cancer awareness in Yavapai County

Combining traditional, alternative medicine to treat breast cancer

Make sure your mammograms move when you do

Clinical trials are key to progress in seeking life-saving treatments for breast cancer

Risk factors and prevention

Crowdsourcing effort takes aim at deadliest breast cancers