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Ann Walton-Teter was diagnosed with breast cancer in September. About a month later, she was informed by her health insurer, Anthem Blue Cross, that her coverage had been canceled because of a missed payment. Anthem would eventually admit that it was...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesShopping for underwear sounds either mundane or glamorous, depending on your point of view — but it can also be daunting. "People have no idea what they're doing," said Bonnie Kaufman, "because it's like buying a mattress. What do you really know...
In November, following an emotional public hearing some months earlier, the Food and Drug Administration withdrew approval for the cancer drug Avastin for patients with metastatic breast cancer — the late-stage, incurable form of the disease. The...
Ministry of GossipGiuliana Rancic will have a double mastectomy as the next stage in her fight against breast cancer. In October, Giuliana Rancic revealed she was undergoing a double lumpectomy....
Ministry of GossipGiuiana Rancic isn't letting her double mastectomy affect her family planning. TV host Giuliana Rancic says that after her recovery, she and husband Bill Rancic will let their hearts decide when to start trying to conceive....
Ministry of GossipGiuliana Rancic has had her double mastectomy and is "doing really well," according to husband Bill Rancic, who got to help pick out the new look that will come with her reconstructive surgery. Giuliana Rancic discovered her breast cancer after a...
Ministry of GossipEtta James is suffering from chronic leukemia and considered terminally ill, according to her doctor. Etta James is best known for songs including "At Last" and "Tell Mama."...
Former First Lady Betty Ford, who captivated the nation with her unabashed candor and forthright discussion of her personal battles with breast cancer, prescription drug addiction and alcoholism, has died. She was 93. Ford died Friday at the Eisenhower...
There is dancing today in the radiation waiting room. Upright and youthful-looking despite his lined face, the smiling man jitterbugs with any woman who accepts his courteously offered hand. The music he provides by way of a small radio, turned low so as...
Martina McBride, thank you for singing a song for breast cancer husbands. We really appreciate it, and you are absolutely right, we need to live up to the title: "I'm Gonna Love You Through It." I only wish that the husband you sang about wasn't quite so...
Surgeons make different choices in how they excise abnormal cells that are an early precursor to a breast cancer called ductal carcinoma, or DCIS. And surgeons make a wide range of recommendations on whether a woman diagnosed with DCIS should receive...
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