Regardless of family medical history, ALL women are at risk for breast cancer and therefore, should go through the screening process recommended by their
The CT Race in the Park takes place in New Britain on Saturday May 11, and will benefit the Connecticut Breast Health Initiative.
This Saturday, hundreds of walkers will take part in the Race in the Park for breast cancer research. Among them is a survivor who had no family history of
The pink ribbons are up in the City of New Britain, getting ready for the 2013 Connecticut Race in the Park this Saturday.
Jody Ferrer, the West Hartford Town Ambassador for the Connecticut Breast Health Initiative (CTBHI) was in the studio urging residents to become CTBHI
Get those shoes laced up, and show your "Pink Power." The Connecticut Breast Health Initiative's "Race in the Park" is May 11th.
Meet the winners of our Pink Power PSA Contest!
Join News 8 and the Cancer Treatment Centers of America at the CT Breast Health Inititive's annual RACE IN THE PARK.
Connecticut Breast Health Initiative (CTBHI) Ambassador, Maureen DePierro, was here to invite everyone to participate in this year’s annual ‘Race in the Park’,
Laurie Aparo never imagined she'd be a calendar girl, but she also didn't ever think she'd be diagnosed with breast cancer.
Rosanne DelBiondo's Niantic Jazzercise Studio is dancing for breast cancer research.
She was faithful about a mammogram every year and yet she was diagnosed with stage three late stage breast cancer in 2004. It turned out that Nancy Cappello
More and more hospitals in Connecticut are offering clinical trials aimed at cancer. Stamford Hospital is looking for more women and men to sign up for
Breast cancer is more commonly known to strike women, it's rare, but men can also get it.
The Connecticut Breast Health Initiative was founded in 2004 with the mission of making a difference, locally, in the fight against breast cancer through
Suzanne Levy and her two daughters found a creative way to show their Pink Power.