by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 29, 2023 | NewsThey say vitamin D’s effectiveness comes from its ability to strengthen the immune system, as well as some other effects that can help stop cancer cells proliferating.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 28, 2023 | NewsThe warning signifies that a product may cause cancer or birth defects, and it’s on items from alcohol to weight benches.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 28, 2023 | NewsYour friendship is significant, and the things you say and do will really matter to the patient and his or her family. So if you want to make someone with cancer feel loved, try some of these tips.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 27, 2023 | NewsA fact sheet that reviews research about the possibility of a connection between the use of hair dyes and hair straighteners or relaxers and cancer. Source: Hair Products and Cancer Risk – NCI
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 27, 2023 | NewsCancer survivor Roshni Kamta shares her experience managing anxiety during breast cancer treatment and her advice for others.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 26, 2023 | NewsCoping with and understanding a diagnosis of early breast cancer (EBC) is an intensely personal journey. \
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 26, 2023 | NewsExercise can help reduce cancer-related symptoms and improve how you feel. Learn more about exercise benefits for people living with cancer.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 25, 2023 | NewsOf course, it’s up to you whether or not you want to find a new doctor because of these red flags. But know that you deserve to have a medical team that will listen to you and treat you with respect.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 24, 2023 | News“We believe that climate change may have direct and indirect effects on the development of cancer and on cancer care,” said Gwen Collman, Ph.D., of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), who helps coordinate NIH research on climate change and...
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 23, 2023 | NewsAnd where should you draw the line?
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 22, 2023 | NewsYou may need breast implant removal — or explant surgery to take out silicone or saline implants — for various reasons.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 21, 2023 | NewsA surprise diagnosis, a treatment plan that went sideways, and saying goodbye to my boobs.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 21, 2023 | NewsDr. Erik Eckhert explains his research on disparities in breast cancer care for people in the LGBTQ+ community.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 20, 2023 | NewsMy relationship with my body and self has transformed unexpectedly since being diagnosed with breast cancer.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 20, 2023 | NewsRecognized as Georgia’s official state fruit, peaches are noteworthy for a different reason in this year’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™ – they’re in the fourth slot on EWG’s Dirty Dozen™ list of fruits and vegetables most contaminated with pesticide...
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 19, 2023 | NewsClick through the interactive guide to learn more about this procedure.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 19, 2023 | NewsDrs. G. Thomas Budd and Justin Johnson explain how they’re working to develop a vaccine against triple-negative breast cancer.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 18, 2023 | NewsDr. Kent Hoskins explains his research on some of the causes of breast cancer survival disparities.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 17, 2023 | NewsRecently, researchers investigated the link between hormonal contraceptive use and break cancer risk.Like combined pills, they found that progestin-only contraceptives slightly increase breast cancer risk.
by Janet Maker, Ph.D. | May 16, 2023 | NewsSimms/Mann-UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology offers guidance on making sense of insurance, time away from work and financial assistance.