A Peterhead breast cancer survivor has donated more than £17,000 to scientists working to find a cure for the disease.
A woman discovered she has breast cancer after spotting an unusual heat coming from her chest on a thermal imaging camera at an Edinburgh tourist attraction.
Patients must be able to attend cancer screening during evenings and weekends, and in locations close to their home or work, a Government-ordered review has said.
Thousands of patients with incurable breast cancer are repeatedly visiting GPs before they are diagnosed amid concerns their symptoms are not being taken seriously or misinterpreted, a new report has suggested.
Two 31-year-old women have told how they became “secondary sisters” after learning that their breast cancer is incurable and they will not be able to have children.
The death rate for women with breast cancer has plunged 44% in nearly 30 years, according to new figures.
Beyonce’s father Mathew Knowles has revealed he underwent surgery after being diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this year.
Social media giant Facebook has restored an educational video about breast cancer initially banned because it believed it contains nudity, a baffled charity boss said.
Pupil of Aberdeen dance teacher who died of cancer to raise cash in her memory by zip-lining across the River Clyde
A dancer is preparing to honour her teacher by conquering her fear of heights for a zip line challenge over the River Clyde.
Faye Tozer has revealed her mother was being treated for breast cancer while she was competing on Strictly Come Dancing.
A mobile service to help scan women for breast cancer is to be set up in a north-east town.
Raigmore breast cancer specialist tells of her own fight against the disease after discovery during shift
A breast cancer specialist has revealed her own fight against the disease.
A north-east woman is searching for other people with stage four cancer to create a book for those diagnosed with incurable disease.
An Aberdeen charity has funded an innovative software to improve cancer care for patients in the north-east, a move which it's hoped could attract new staff to NHS Grampian.
Three Moray women, who have raised more than £11,000 for a breast cancer charity, are facing their toughest challenge yet.
Scientists have identified genetic changes that may predict the likelihood of breast cancer relapse in women who take a common type of hormone therapy.
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.
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.