Kate Hudson, January Jones and Zoe Saldana have also stripped off for a good cause.
The 62-year-old actor shared the image to Instagram to highlight the importance of attending breast cancer screening.
The Wanted's Tom Parker wants to raise awareness of the disease after being diagnosed with a stage 4 glioblastoma.
Vicky Morgan's ads were banned by Facebook because they were deemed to contain 'adult content'.
More than two in five women also said they would be less likely to share any concerns about their breast health with friends and family, than they would have been before the pandemic.
Shannen Doherty gave an update on her stage IV breast cancer in the October issue of Elle, telling the magazine that she’s still fighting.“It’s like anybody with Stage IV faces this sort of thing, where others want to put you out to pasture,” she said.“I’m not ready for pasture. I’ve got a lot of life in me.”The “BH90210” star said she feels “very, very healthy” and is still working on projects both as an actress and as a breast cancer patient advocate. “It’s hard to wrap up your affairs when you feel like you’re going to live another 10 or 15 years.”Also Read: Shannen Doherty Says Her Breast Cancer Has Returned: 'I'm Stage 4' (Video)Doherty was initially diagnosed with breast cancer in March 2015 and went into remission a year later. She announced on “Good Morning America” back in February that the disease had since returned and is now stage IV, a matter she decided to take public amid a legal battle with her insurance company.“I’d rather people hear it from me,” Doherty said at the time. “I don’t want it to be twisted. I don’t want it to be a court document. I want it to be real and authentic … I want to control the narrative. I want people to know from me, I just didn’t want them to know yet.”Read original story Why Shannen Doherty Is Still Working and Fighting Amid Stage 4 Cancer: ‘I’m Not Ready for Pasture’ At TheWrap
Adrian Rogers was meant to receive potentially life-saving treatment in April.
That is one of the details revealed in the Jerry Maguire actress’s death certificate, obtained by Us Weekly, after losing her private, two-year battle with the disease on July 12.
The "Top Gun" star, 60, talks about the tracheotomy he underwent necessitated by his two-year battle with throat cancer.
Local Florida reporter Victoria Price, who got a cancer diagnosis after a viewer sent in a tip about noticing a bump on her neck, revealed Tuesday she’s almost “back to normal.”In an interview on NBC’s “Today,” the WFLA reporter spoke about her treatment for thyroid cancer, which involved a surgery and time off work.“I’m feeling surprisingly well,” she told Savannah Guthrie.Also Read: TV News Reporter Diagnosed With Cancer Credits Viewer for Noticing Lump on Her Neck“I look like I lost a knife fight. I might tell people I lost a knife fight. It’s Florida; crazier things have happened down here,” she joked. “All things considered, I’d say I’m about 90% back to normal, or at least my new normal.”Guthrie asked Price why she took the tip so seriously, noting, “All of us know who work in TV, sometimes you get emails from viewers and sometimes they can be a little wacky. It might have been easy to disregard.”Price said she was having dinner with her boyfriend when the message came through and she read it aloud to him.She recalled, “I go, ‘Read this weird email I got today,’ and I was totally just going to dismiss it. I was like, ‘I don’t see anything like that. Who knows?'”Also Read: Alex Trebek Walks Back Comments About Stopping Cancer Treatment, Says He's 'Optimistic'He encouraged her to call her doctor because “the worst that happens is that it’s nothing.”On July 23, Price thanked the viewer for the tip that ended up leading to her diagnosis. She also informed viewers that she wouldn’t be on-air for a while following surgery.“‘8 On Your Side’ isn’t just a catchphrase at WFLA. It’s our cornerstone,” Price tweeted. “But the roles recently reversed when I found a viewer on MY side and I couldn’t be more grateful.”Price’s news station sent well wishes at the time, tweeting, “Our WFLA family is sending all of our love to @WFLAVictoria and wishing her a speedy recovery.”This isn’t the first time a sharp-eyed viewer has noted an on-air talent’s thyroid cancer. HGTV star Tarek El Moussa of “Flip or Flop” fame received his cancer diagnosis after a viewer made a similar observation.Read original story Reporter Who Got Cancer Diagnosis After Viewer Tip Almost ‘Back to Normal,’ Shows Scar (Video) At TheWrap
There’s a hidden meaning behind Daisy Watt's painting, with each flower representing a different stage in someone’s fight against cancer.
One in two people in the UK is predicted to get cancer at some point in their lives, according to Cancer Research UK.