BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, we've been bringing you stories from survivors, hospitals and advocates.
We take a look at clinical trials providing hope for breast cancer patients right here in our back yard.
Samantha Seinfield who was stage four signed up for a clinical trial at Union Memorial.
Four years later, doctors say the disease has not progressed. Doctors say Seinfield has minimum side effects.
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This is a study that might make moms pretty mad. According to the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health, modern moms are spending more time watching television and less time doing housework.
After dealing with consistent pain for years, a Bel Air mom takes a drastic step to remove a popular form of birth control from her body.
Another post-pregnancy snapshot creating a ton of buzz -- and backlash -- online.