Researchers attending a conference in Israel say extending testing to people who don't report a family history can double the number of lives saved.
By Lisa Keys
Here are some best breast practices based on JTA writer Erica Brody’s interviews with doctors, geneticists, scientists and experts. More ▸
By Erica Brody
One in 40 Ashkenazi women carries a breast cancer-causing gene — yet some experts urge caution when it comes to genetic testing. JTA breaks down what Jewish women need to know. More ▸
By Ben Harris
Though Susan G. Komen for the Cure reversed itself, the widespread outrage sparked by its decision to drop funding of mammograms by Planned Parenthood is a sign of the passions surrounding women’s health and reproduction issues. More ▸