Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a disease in which cancer cells form in the tissues of the breast. Visit the Breast Cancer Program website to learn more about this disease and our specialists.

Linda Hill, cancer survivor

Cancer first tested Linda Hill’s mettle when she was just 19 years old. Since then, cancer has taken a lot—her breasts, colon, thyroid, and spleen—but it will never take her sense of humor.

Read Linda's story.

Emma Houston, cancer survivor

During fourteen months of breast cancer treatment, Emma Houston worked with many Huntsman Cancer Institute nurses as she received a combination of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. She became known for her positive attitude and her sassy red high-heel shoes.

Read Emma's story.

Anna Pocaro-Manley, cancer survivor

Anna Pocaro-Manley was diagnosed with triple negative, stage III, grade-C invasive ductal carcinoma. "My personal cancer experience has made me want to make a difference by spreading the word about early detection in breast cancer. I started Peace of Mind, an online community, with a sincere hope to educate and encourage women to get breast cancer screenings."

Read Anna's story.