The “El Puente” event features bilingual presentations addressing smoking cessation and breast cancer Read More
Breastfeeding offers many benefits to both mother and child. Find out how it can affect a woman’s breast cancer risk. Read More
Early detection is a major weapon in the fight against cancer. Click here to learn about some possible warning signs that you should pay close attention to. Read More
Advanced age is the most important risk factor for cancer overall. Click here to find out why and learn about the most common cancers among the elderly. Read More
Looking for a new podcast? Check out "Cancer in Our Community," featuring discussions on breast cancer therapy, clinical trials and the importance of screening. Hope you can tune in! Read More
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Pink Ribbon Bagel, 20 cents of each Pink Ribbon Bagel® sold in participating Tampa Bay area Panera Bread bakery-cafes throughout the entire month of October will benefit Moffitt Cancer Center Read More
TVEC is designed to preferentially lyse tumor cells over normal tissue to release tumor associated antigens, produces GM-CSF to activate dendritic cells, and stimulates T cells to infiltrate the tumor (TILs). TILs in breast cancer are associated with better response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy (NAC). This phase 2 trial hypothesized that intratumoral TVEC may enhance response to NAC. Read More
Finding a red spot on your breast can be alarming, but often it’s a pimple, bug bite, or rash and not cancer. Read More
The key to effective treatment for breast or gynecologic cancer is early detection. Read about some symptoms women should never ignore. Read More
Early detection of breast cancer can lead to the best possible outcome. Protect your health by learning about the eight most common warning signs. Read More
Breast lumps are very common, and most are not cancerous. Were you recently diagnosed with a benign breast lump? Click here to find out what that means. Read More
A new grant from the Department of Defense (DoD) will help advance immunotherapy research for brain-metastatic breast cancer patients. Read More
The program teaches the importance of healthy nutrition and exercise and the dangers of smoking. Read More
New study will evaluate a three-part combination treatment strategy in patients with brain-metastatic breast cancer Read More
Proceeds from Pink Ribbon Bagels sold Oct. 4 will benefit breast cancer outreach Read More
The genomically-adjusted radiation dose (GARD) can predict risk of local tumor recurrence and optimize radiation dose Read More
There are many widespread breast cancer myths despite the evidence to support them. It’s important to separate fact from fiction. Read More
Even though many people use the terms "antiperspirant" and "deodorant" interchangeably, antiperspirants are actually a subset of deodorants, and each works in a different way. Read More
Want a glimpse into the life of a young patient with stage 2 breast cancer? Check out Natalie’s poem. Read More
Your journey doesn’t end after completing breast cancer treatment. It takes time to create a new normal and it’s important to take things one day at a time. Read More
Dr. Lodovico Balducci’s research focuses on cancer and aging Read More
Dr. Brian Czerniecki, chair of the breast cancer program at Moffitt Cancer Center, connected with our Facebook friends in the Ask The Experts series to answer your questions about the breast cancer vaccine. Read More
Moffitt experts to discuss breast cancer prevention and treatment options at Sarasota luncheon Read More
Dr. Susan Hoover, a surgical oncologist in the Breast Oncology Program at Moffitt Cancer Center, answers five questions about life after breast cancer. Read More
Will study how cancer associated fibroblasts decrease the effectiveness of therapies Read More
It is important to keep in mind that every woman is different. Therefore, breast reconstruction may be not right for everyone. Read More
Panera bakery-cafes in the Tampa Bay area will donate 100% of the proceeds from each Pink Ribbon Bagel sold to Moffitt Cancer Center Read More
Carrollwood Day School’s fifth-grade class spends a day filled with education, interaction and giving back Read More
Shelley Tworoger, Ph.D., will focus on enhancing ovarian cancer prevention and improving understanding of breast and ovarian carcinogenesis Read More
Funds to educate providers, advocates and patients about immunotherapy in breast cancer to enhance clinical trial participation Read More
The research project will study using a patient’s radiosensitivity and genetics to determine optimal radiation dosage Read More
The money will be used to educate providers, advocates and patients about immunotherapy in breast cancer to enhance clinical trial participation Read More
Lumps in the breast are often the most common sign that women check for when performing self-breast exams but a lesser-known symptom of breast cancer is dimpling of the breast. Read More
The main goal of Breastfeeding Awareness Month is to encourage conversation and build support for the policy and practice changes necessary to create a landscape of breastfeeding support. Read More
Breast cancer in men is rare, but it does happen. Learn more about risk factors, symptoms and treatments. Read More
Breast cancer patients receiving neoadjuvant radiation therapy have improved cancer-free survival over adjuvant radiation. Read More
Learn about ways to stay healthy and the importance of breast cancer screening and prevention. Read More
When Stacey Boone, of Bradenton, was diagnosed with cancer 2015 she never suspected it was because of her breast implants. Read More
While a breast lump is the most common warning sign of breast cancer, it is also important to understand that not all breast lumps are cancerous. Read More
Tears well up in Tara’s eyes as she remembers the medical team telling her it was probably just a cyst and nothing to worry about, but as she peered through a half-open doorway she saw her image on the screen with a large mass lit up. Read More
If, after having a mammogram, you were told by your physician that you have dense breasts, you might wonder exactly what that means. Read More
Here are some common myths about mammograms that you should be aware of, along with the pertinent clarifying information. Read More
Metastatic Breast Cancer Day is observed not to increase general breast cancer awareness, but rather to acknowledge the specific needs of the people who are living with stage 4 breast cancer. Read More
The goal of this observance is to remind everyone that early detection is the best defense against breast cancer, and that mammography screening is the single most effective method of early detection Read More
Breast Cancer Awareness Month continues to be observed nationally with a commitment to educating and empowering all individuals to take charge of their own breast health. Read More
One out of every three women will be diagnosed with cancer during her lifetime. Certain types of cancer are especially common among females. Read More
Dr Hoover feels fortunate to practice at Moffitt Cancer Center where the delivery of personalized, compassionate cancer care is of prime importance. Read More
Throughout her chemotherapy treatment Anna kept her eye on the prize. Read More
Women's Cancer Screening Checklist: You may be at increased risk because of family history, your personal medical history, lifestyle and environmental factors. If you are at increased risk for cancer, you may need a diagnostic testing plan established by a doctor. Read More
Rachell was a 24-year-old newlywed hoping to start a family when was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. Read More
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