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The battle over a breast cancer drug will be heating up again at the end of the month after the FDA banned its use.
Bethesda firefighter Marshall Moneymaker lost three sisters to breast cancer in just a two year span. Now he works to raise money in the fight against this disease as the Pink Fireman.
Instead of breakfast at Tiffany's, it was cocktails at Colonial Jewelers, but there were still hundreds of Audrey Hepburns in Frederick on Wednesday night.
Along with advances in breast cancer treatment, patients now have better options for breast reconstruction.
Residents and staff of Citizens Care and Rehabilitation Center have become a YouTube sensation.
More than 40,000 people from around the world, most wearing pink, have flooded the National Mall on a steamy morning to raise money for breast cancer in the Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure.
As tens of thousands lace up their running shoes for Saturday's Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure, WTOP staffers will Sleep In for the Cure.