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The Dangers of Zika Virus for Women and Men
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton visits "The View" to talk about the mosquito-borne virus.
The Latest Advances in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Dr. Kristi Funk discusses new treatments, tests and breakthroughs on the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
California Couple Gets Quite a Surprise When They Meet Their New Baby
A California couple told they were having a girl got the shock of their life when surprise it was a boy! “I had been up for 24 hours and I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me,” Kyle Williams, the proud, but confused father, told ABC News. Danielle Williams had a sonogram back in October
Woman Finds Out She's Pregnant After Breast Cancer Diagnosis
At age 34 Adele Rivas thought she was too young to have breast cancer , even though her mother had been diagnosed with the disease in her 40s. But a persistent lump in her breast led Rivas to get a biopsy test. Her mother tagged along for moral support. “My mother said, ‘I have to come with you,’”
ABC News Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
This October, ABC News is going pink to raise awareness about breast cancer , a disease that more than 220,000 American women are diagnosed with each year and about one in eight women will be diagnosed with during the course of their lifetimes. Throughout the month, we’ll bring you the information
Woman Sets Out to Ban Surrogacy
Jennifer Lahl Claims Surrogacy Puts Parents’ Wants Before Babies’ Needs
5 'Real Money' Tips Before You Get That Hospital Procedure
ABC News’ Paula Faris reports: Sandy Marion of Keyport, N.J., is about to become a first-time mom but says she has no idea just how much the delivery of her new daughter will cost her. Related: Tips on how to save on emergency bills. “That...
Why Texas Fetus Might Have Had 'Abnormalities' Before Mother Was Brain Dead
Fetal Abnormalities Appear to be Genetic Rather Than Caused by Mother’s Pulmonary Embolism
Babies Born From Donor Sperm Still Big Business
Todd Whitehurst was a young grad student at Stanford when he began donating sperm to pay his way through school. “I went about 3.5 years, two or three times a week,” said Whitehurst, who estimated he’d raked in more than $12,000. Then six years ago,...
One Gene, Three Women: A Family's Experience of Breast Cancer
The day that Tara Kenyon was driving her mother to a chemotherapy was the same day doctors told her that she had breast cancer as well. As the New Jersey women were in the car, Kenyon, 32, kept the news a secret from her mother,...