Scientists have identified genetic changes that may predict the likelihood of breast cancer relapse in women who take a common type of hormone therapy.
Charities have welcomed the decision to make a “truly life-changing drug” for women with breast cancer available on the NHS in Scotland.
Women who get a “false positive” result following a mammogram are twice as likely to develop breast cancer later in life than those who get a negative result, a study has suggested.
A review into a major blunder in the breast cancer screening programme which meant thousands of women were not invited to final screenings has found that the announcement was made following advice based on an incomplete understanding of what had happened.
Female patients in two highland towns are to benefit from breast screenings in the New Year as the mobile unit tours the North of Scotland.
A former contestant on America’s Next Top Model has died at the age of 34 after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Extreme carbon emissions are putting women at greater risk of developing breast cancer, new research has found.
An anxious Elgin mum was told she would have to wait up to seven months to find out if she had cancer.
Women with high levels of a hormone that can be detected through a simple blood test may have a higher risk of breast cancer, a new study suggests.
A new online tool that could better predict the long-term risk of breast cancer returning in other areas of the body has been created.
A mobile breast screening service will be in Alford for four weeks from next month.
Thousands of breast cancer patients may be safely spared gruelling chemotherapy following a landmark study.
Motorists driving past a Moray farm have been left wide-eyed at a striking method of promoting an upcoming breast cancer fundraiser.
Education staff in Moray have shaved their heads in solidarity with a colleague who is battling cancer.
The main hospital in the Highlands has become the first in Scotland to use a pioneering cancer treatment - where patients hold their breath to protect their heart.
Chief Superintendent Sharon battles 26 miles of -30c in Arctic to raise cash for breast cancer charity
A senior police officer who battled breast cancer has completed a gruelling skiiing marathon through the Arctic.
Thousands of women on Orkney are being encouraged to attend a mobile breast screening service when it arrives on the islands.
A group of north-east women have raffled a unique piece of jewellery to raise thousands of pounds for vital cancer treatment.
An Aberdeenshire teacher, who survived a battle with breast cancer and then was diagnosed with a golf ball-sized brain tumour has helped to raise more than £5,000 for the charity which helped her during her darkest hours.
Kevin Innes always wanted a Fergie, but he never imagined his restoration would raise money for charity
Founders of a hugely-successful charity walk have said they are "humbled" to be chosen for a prestigious honour.
Breast cancer patients face having to travel miles for treatment "for the foreseeable future" because of NHS Grampian staff shortages.
A north-east man and his fiancee have raised over £5000 for charity in memory of his late mother.
The wife of Moray MSP Richard Lochhead has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Every year nearly 55,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer, highlighting just how important it is for women to take care of their bodies.
A mum who had a double mastectomy to prevent getting breast cancer has shared powerful images of her scars in a bid to give strength to others.
Three lifelong friends from Moray will take to the skies this summer to raise funds to help fight cancer.
The team behind one of the north-east's most famous fundraising events has launched a recipe book to honour the local community who have rallied so enthusiastically behind it.
The north-east Scotland mobile breast screening service has arrived in Banchory for a 10-week stay.
A north-east lighthouse was illuminated in pink to turn it into a "beacon of hope" for cancer sufferers.
A doctor whose botched surgery on a cancer patient at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary led to her losing her breast has had his suspension continued after he failed to attend a hearing.
The barmaid star of the popular television series The Harbour has raised almost £10,000 for a breast cancer charity by charging patrons for selfies.