With cancer, research indicates that inherited mutations play a role in about 5-10% of all diagnoses. So, can cancer really “run in your family,” and what steps can be taken to lessen that risk?
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer in women worldwide. But did you know it’s almost always preventable? Specialist Dr. Tashanna Myers provides three steps for prevention and early detection.
There is no general screening test for ovarian cancer, and unfortunately, like many gynecological cancers, the early warning signs can be hard to spot. That’s why it’s so important to understand your risks and listen to your body for symptoms.
Registration is open for the ninth annual Wheeling for Healing bike/walk/run benefit on Sunday, August 21, starting and ending at Greenfield Community College, 1 College Drive, Greenfield..
The Baystate Regional Cancer Program at Baystate Mary Lane Hospital and the American Cancer Society will present “Look Good…Feel Better,” a free program for area women on Thursday, July 28, 2016, from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Gel manicures are gaining popularity. Many women enjoy its long-lasting effects, but it could pose a danger to your health.
The 2016 Walk of Champions held at the Quabbin Reservoir raised $79,550 to date as hundreds of walkers joined in this special event supporting those facing cancer and the cancer services provided at Baystate Mary Lane Hospital.
7-year-old Southwick resident Morgan “Momo” Morris has been named the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Champion for 2016-2017.
Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s Oncology Department will present A free eight-week yoga class, Gentle Yoga for Cancer Survivors, at the YMCA of Greenfield. The classes will take place on Wednesdays, May 4 – June 29, noon – 1:30 pm.