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Breast cancer survivor telling others to trust their instincts

A woman diagnosed with breast cancer one year ago is raising awareness about getting tested and trusting instincts.

Buying breast cancer T-shirts spreads message, helps a good cause

BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ) - Want to help a good cause while promoting a good cause at the same time? Then check out the Berea Firefighters...

9/11 Tribute, Stave Fest in Lawrenceburg; patch sales aid police

Busy weekend Friday night and Saturday.

Funding will expand cervical, breast cancer programs

Funding from Centers for Disease Control

Lexington Salon raises money for woman with breast cancer

Gretchen Cottrill's Sister-in-law was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer on Halloween, posh salon wanted to do something to support her family

Posh Salon & Spa to hold cut-a-thon for cancer patient

Posh Salon & Spa in Lexington is holding a cut-a-thon on Sunday, December 8, to raise money for a stylist's family member who is battling breast cancer.

Mobile mammography bus visits Lee County

LEE COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to kick off the month, the Kentucky Department of Public Health is taking...

Fans celebrate running of the Kentucky Oaks

Today was the Kentucky Oaks, kicking off this year's derby weekend.

Mammograms & Breast Cancer – KentuckyOne Health

Doug High sits down with Dr. Richard Budde, with KentuckyOne Health, to talk about the importance of mammograms when it comes to early detection of breast cancer in women.

St. Joseph Closes Out Breast Cancer Awareness Month With “Pink-A-Boo”

In honor of the last day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month the staff at Saint Joseph Hospital hosted a "Pink-A-Boo" event on Monday.

Yes, Mamm! 5K Race 10-12

Meteorologist Elise Dolinar sits down with Kelly Ray and Di Boyer to talk about the upcoming Yes, Mamm! 5K happening Saturday, October 15.

Go Pink – Academy raises money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Carter G. Woodson Academy donned pink shirts this week, and raised money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

Saturday, October 24th, hundreds of people will be at Whitaker Bank Ballpark to help fight breast cancer. The American Cancer Society his holding its annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.

Kentucky Goes Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Pink is popping up all over Kentucky for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

‘Tour Of Hope’ Brings Breast Cancer Survivor To Lexington

Jeanine Patten-Coble is driving cross country to raise money for her charity, 'Little Pink Houses of Hope,' which allows cancer survivors and their families to go on a free vacation retreat at the beach.

‘Tour Of Hope’ Brings Breast Cancer Survivor To Lexington

Jeanine Patten-Coble is driving cross country to raise money for her charity, 'Little Pink Houses of Hope,' which allows cancer survivors and their families to go on a free vacation retreat at the beach.

National Breast Cancer Icon Died On Saturday

A woman who inspired the annual “Pink Out” during Oak Days at Churchill Downs has died.

“Making Strides Against Breast Cancer”

Hundreds of people in Lexington took a step toward finding a cure for breast cancer during “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.”

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