Early Detection in Breast Cancer Fight Is Key

Early detection was a key factor in saving the life of "Entertainment Tonight" host Brooke Anderson's mother after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in late 2012 -- and that's the story Brooke is sharing as she gears up for the Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk in Los Angeles which supports pioneering research and treatment services to women facing cancer.

Brooke tells Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall about her mom's journey and what anyone faced with a breast cancer diagnosis can do to increase their odds of beating it. "It could have been a drastically different outcome" if it weren't for catching her mom's cancer early, Brooke tells Dr. Lewis-Hall.