E! News host Giuliana Rancic returned to work this week, just days after undergoing a double lumpectomy. Rancic, 37, announced earlier this month that she had breast cancer. She thanked her fans in a statement to E! News: "The E! viewers have helped me to get through this and stay strong more than they will ever know and I will be eternally grateful to them for their love."

Today’s news on breast cancer and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


- E! News host Giuliana Rancic returned to work this week, just days after undergoing a double lumpectomy. Rancic, 37, announced earlier this month that she had breast cancer. She thanked her fans in a statement to E! News: "The E! viewers have helped me to get through this and stay strong more than they will ever know and I will be eternally grateful to them for their love."


- According to a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, "The numbers suggest that at most, 13 percent of those diagnosed with breast cancer have been helped (by a mammogram),” Dr. Gilbert Welch told Reuters. The study shows that early detection may not have as big of an effect as thought, mainly in the case of slow-growing cancers.


Compiled by GateHouse News Service