October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. While there is nothing funny about breast cancer, medical reporter Lori Lyle has the story of one family who has turned their great heartache into smiles with a tongue-in-cheek fundraising idea.
A new treatment plan offers hope when breast cancer returns. Women surviving with recurrent breast cancer -- such as Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of presidential candidate John Edwards -- are becoming more common. In Health Alert, medical reporter Lori Lyle tells us about a new treatment that helps patients manage and control advanced recurrent breast cancer without the side effects of chemo.
About a third of Kentucky women aren't getting the treatment care they need when fighting breast cancer.