"It became clear that it would help other people if I approached it with some kind of humor.”
Free-speech and breast-cancer awareness win.
The photo "should be seen as what it is, a young woman with cancer."
Breast Cancer Awareness Month has gone too far.
And domestic violence got pink-washed away.
Dr. Kristi Funk treated Sheryl Crow, too.
When celebrities criticize each other, there are rules.
Red carpets, business ventures, and a refugee camp on three continents.
"I kept thinking, I have to get rid of my breasts. Why sit around and wait for cancer to happen?"
How normal was Jolie's double mastectomy? Doctors discuss.
Mastectomy "in no way diminishes my femininity."
And she wrote a New York Times op-ed about the experience.
Movement leaders will march on the company's New York headquarters today.
The author of Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret has been privately battling breast cancer.
In chemotherapy and wearing a wig at 28, I channeled my anger into sex.
Ten years, three kids, and a second marriage later, Aaron and Sarah are back in touch.
Komen is "pro-cure," said Nancy Brinker.
Michelle Ward took the hard news with a dose of (adorably twee) humility, and it's kind of awesome.