Breast Cancer News
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A blood test combined with imaging tests detected tumors—some at an early stage—in women without a history of cancer or any symptoms, a recent study showed. The liquid biopsy, called CancerSEEK, also mistakenly indicated some women had cancer when additional testing...
See a doctor if your nipples cause problems for more than one month. Source: Nipple Knowledge: What’s Normal and When Should I Be Concerned? | The Breast Cancer Site News
"The idea is to produce the same changes as pregnancy -- without pregnancy." Source: Giving Birth Before Age 20 Cuts Breast Risk By 50%, And A Drug May Be Able To Mimic That | The Breast Cancer Site News
There are huge potential repercussions to breast cancer surgery and reconstruction—it carries emotional and psychological trauma as well as the physical changes women experience. Source: 'I'm A Surgeon Who Had Breast Cancer—This is What You Should Know About...
If breast cancer is caught early enough, the five-year survival rate is 96%. Source: This Program Provides Free Mammograms And Breast Cancer Treatment Services To Women In Need | The Breast Cancer Site News
Your health is your top priority. Don’t let a substandard doctor-patient relationship keep you from getting the quality health care you deserve. Source: 10 Warning Signs That It's Time to Switch Doctors | The Breast Cancer Site News
Christina's port surgery sent her to the emergency room. She has some advice for anyone thinking about getting one. Source: Breast Cancer Survivor Talks About Her Personal Experience With A Chemo Port Implant | The Breast Cancer Site News
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted all facets of cancer care, from delaying diagnoses and treatment to halting clinical trials and biomedical research. Patient organisations have not been spared from the impact, with all aspects of their work affected, and in...
It targets cancer cells, leaving healthy cells alone, and has minimal side effects. Source: 1 in 5 Breast Cancer Patients Could Benefit from This Treatment — If They Could Get It | The Breast Cancer Site News
Cancer is a scary beast, but so is overdiagnosis. Source: Overdiagnosis of Breast Cancer Is Real — But How Common Is It? | The Breast Cancer Site News
Multiple Studies Have Detected Carcinogens In Hair Dyes and Relaxers That Are Linked to Breast Cancer
Reducing your chances of developing breast cancer could be as simple as changing up your hair routine. Source: Multiple Studies Have Detected Carcinogens In Hair Dyes and Relaxers That Are Linked to Breast Cancer | The Breast Cancer Site News
Learn about cancer fatigue from the Cleveland Clinic. Find out what causes cancer fatigue, how to conserve energy, fatigue treatments & more. Source: Cancer-Related Fatigue (CRF): Causes & Management
A 2015 report by the Breast Cancer Fund called “Working Women and Breast Cancer: State of the Evidence” reveals more than 20 common jobs that put workers at an increased risk of developing breast cancer in comparison to other occupations. The research is based on the...
Breast cancer patients are human, and they have bad days like everybody else. Source: Breast Cancer Real Talk: Why It's Okay NOT to Be Positive Sometimes | The Breast Cancer Site News
"Our study provides new evidence to support the hypothesis that high BMI and obesity may be associated with response to immunotherapy." Source: The Obesity Paradox: It Increases Diabetes Risk But Can Help Cancer Patients Respond To Treatment | The Breast Cancer Site...