Breast Cancer Information

Can You Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer?

We hear it all the time?lose weight for your health. Few people however, realize the extent to which this is critical to their physical well-being and ultimately their life expectancy.

Naural Self-Defense Against Breast Cancer - Learning to Cope Successfully with Organochlorine Pollut

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Breast Cancer The Cure

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Antiperspirants And Breast Cancer

Most underarm antiperspirants contain as the active ingredient, Aluminium Chlorohydrate, as you will probably remember there has been controversy about Aluminium, since the 1950's when it was a popular metal used for making cooking pots, Saucepans and Fry Pans and that it could be one of the contributing factors to Alzheimer's, now we have another problem that could also be related to Aluminium, Breast Cancer.

Gift Giving for Breast Cancer Patients and Their Families

Did you know that each year, 182,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 43,300 die? One woman in eight either has or will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. In addition, 1,600 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 400 will die this year.

Fourteen Simple Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer

1. Increase your consumption of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables.

The News You Dont Want To Hear: Youve Got Breast Cancer

For many people being told that they have cancer is one of the most stressful times in their lives. Just as we think we have everything under control, something comes along that can shatter even the strongest of wills.


There it is again. I muttered to myself, frustrated as I washed my arm. Every morning for five or six days in the fall of 2003, I noticed this rust-colored sticky stuff that appeared in both drips and smears on my left forearm and thigh. I had no idea where it could be coming from.

Breast Cancer Statistics ? How Breast Cancer Survival Rates Increased 50%

Breast cancer statistics show that over 1.2 million persons will be diagnosed with breast cancer worldwide this year, according to the World Health Organization. For breast cancer and prevention, it has long been known that regular physical activity has been shown to decrease the likelihood of having breast cancer. What has not been known or studied has been the effect of regular physical activity on the breast cancer survival rates or likelihood of death in women that already have breast cancer. That is, until now.

The Insidiousness of Breast Cancer and Its Current Treatment

In our modern world, the benefits that today?s manufacturing and agricultural activities have brought us is more than painfully offset by the damage to our personal health and wellness. During the course of our daily lives, we are continually exposed to common household products such as detergents, insulation, fabric treatments, flame retardants, cosmetics, paints, upholstery preservatives, and coatings for electronic equipment. When these chemicals accumulate within our bodies, they distribute into body fluids as well.

Passive Smokers Can Get Breast Cancer! Learn How?

US scientists have claimed that secondhand smokers are at higher risk of Breast Cancer. Earlier, their research also led to them to the conclusion that young women smokers are more likely to get addicted to smoking than young men.

Breast Cancer Screening

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer women face second only to lung cancer, however it is the most feared cancer or disease for most women. It occurs in about 12% of women who will live to the age of 90. Several well established factors increase the risk of breast cancer and they include family history, nulliparity (not having had children), early menarche (starting menstrual cycles early), advanced age and a personal history of breast cancer. Other risks include exposure to environmental toxins such as tobacco smoke that increase the chance for cancer growth. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The American Cancer Society has many activities this month to bring this to the public attention.

New Hope to Prevent Breast Cancer: What Every Woman Needs to Know

In March, 2005, a major nutritional breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer was announced by U.S. scientists. This new information is absolutely critical for every woman looking for a natural way to reduce breast cancer risk.

Breast Cancer Detection Unit for the Home

Detecting Breast Cancer early is a key step in protecting yourself from the dire consequences and risk of breast cancer. There is now some new technology using Infrared to help you do self-examinations in the privacy of your own home. Surprisingly these units are in expensive only about $100.00; the device is called; ?iFind?

Breast Cancer for Beginners

Introduction Because of the social changes, which has brought increased number of workingwoman and hence delayed childbearing, there has been a steep rise in the number of breast cancer patients in the last few decades. But as the incidence of the patients has risen so has raised the modality of treatments and the success rates. Also scientists have devised methods by which the cancer can be detected in an early stage and it has been convincingly proved that early detection and treatment bears a better prognosis than the later stage.

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Medical News Today

Breast cancer: Marker of deadly recurrence identified
Medical News Today
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Abilene nurse learns breast cancer can strike even those with no risk factors
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Breast cancer patients receive extra encouragement from local hospitalWOWT
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Dr. Yardley on the FDA Approval of Talazoparib in Breast Cancer
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How breast cancer care keeps progressing
Palm Beach Post
So says Dr. L. Raul Arroyo — Bethesda Health's newest breast cancer surgeon. “As I tell women all the time, 90 percent of those diagnosed with breast cancer will have their condition successfully resolved – and never suffer a recurrence.” And for more ...

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Automated system identifies dense tissue, a risk factor for breast cancer, in mammograms
Science Daily
It's estimated that more than 40 percent of U.S. women have dense breast tissue, which alone increases the risk of breast cancer. Moreover, dense tissue can mask cancers on the mammogram, making screening more difficult. As a result, 30 U.S. states ...
3D Mammogram detects illusive Breast CancerKTBS
Breast cancer survivorship program supports patients even beyond remissionKBTX
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WMUR Manchester

Woman battles stage 4 breast cancer by raising money any way possible
WMUR Manchester
Stage 4 breast cancer isn't slowing down Duncan Finigan anytime soon. Advertisement. Finigan is the mother of four and a marketing professional who has completed multiple marathons. Now, she's raising money to fight breast cancer any way possible.

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Ohio Couple Opens Up About Being Diagnosed with Same Type of Breast Cancer Six Months Apart
When Jane Gremling was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer this past June, she wasn't as nervous about the prognosis as she could have been. That's because just six months earlier, her husband of nearly 47 years, Ken, 75, was diagnosed with the ...

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Cancer survivor's tearful letter to her child: 'I just love you very much'
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
"You, my sweet little boy, are my life..." This is is how Ellen Scharf began the letter to her 2-year-old son, Jaxon, on March 28, 2018, the night before surgery for HER-2 positive breast cancer. She was sitting at home in Canandaigua on her living ...

Roche Announces Positive Data on Breast Cancer Drug Kadcyla
We remind investors that Kadcyla, an antibody-drug conjugate, is already approved in the United States and EU for the treatment of HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer who have previously received Herceptin and taxane chemotherapy, separately or in ...
Phase III success for Roche breast cancer drugEuropean Biotechnology
Roche's Kadcyla shows promise in early breast cancerPharmaTimes

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Targeted Oncology

Benefit From Adjuvant Chemotherapy Seen in Younger Women With Breast Cancer
Targeted Oncology
Robson, chief of the Breast Medicine Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, reminded colleagues in a talk at the 2018 Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Symposium that patients with breast cancer under age 40 have worse outcomes to ...

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