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Breast Changes and Conditions 

Breast Changes and Conditions 

vv You may have just received an abnormal mammogram result, or perhaps you or your health care provider found a breast lump or other breast change. This page can help you learn about symptoms during your lifetime that are not cancer as well as follow-up tests used to...

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Ketogenic Diets and Cancer: What Patients Should Know 

Ketogenic Diets and Cancer: What Patients Should Know 

There is speculation that a keto diet can help cancer patients “starve cancer cells” by preventing the cells from using glucose for energy and growth. But is there evidence that a keto diet can be truly beneficial in the treatment of cancer? Source: Ketogenic Diets...

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Bra Buying Tips Every Breast Cancer Patient Should Know 

Bra Buying Tips Every Breast Cancer Patient Should Know 

Whether you are a breast cancer patient, newly out of treatment, or a long time survivor, we all know there are needs that need to be met when it comes to a bra. Source: Bra Buying Tips Every Breast Cancer Patient Should Know | The Breast Cancer Site...

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Could Late-Night Snacking Make Your Breast Cancer Come Back?

Could Late-Night Snacking Make Your Breast Cancer Come Back?

Participants were asked to report about their eating habits, which allowed the researchers to determine how much time each woman spent fasting per night. Those who fasted for less than 13 hours per night were 36% more likely to see a breast cancer recurrence than...

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Can aspirin help treat cancer?

Can aspirin help treat cancer?

The use of low-dose aspirin as a preventive in heart disease, stroke, and cancer is well established, but evidence is now emerging that the drug may have a valuable role as an additional treatment for cancer, too.

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Should Widespread Early Detection Cancer Screening End? 

Should Widespread Early Detection Cancer Screening End? 

Instead of providing benefits, Dr Adami and colleagues suggested that population-based early detection cancer screening may be responsible for overdiagnosis and harm. They define overdiagnosis as “the detection of the disease or condition that would not cause symptoms or death during an individual’s’ lifetime.”

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Author: Janet Maker, Ph.D.
Publication Date: February, 2017
Distributor: Ingram
Trim: 6×9
Format: Hardcover, Paperback, eBook
ISBN (Hardcover) 978-0-9976619-0-3
ISBN (Paperback) 978-0-9976619-1-0
ISBN (eBook) 978-0-9976619-2-7
Published by Jane Thomas Press

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