It’s Time to Recognize the Risk Factors Of
A risk factor can be defined as anything that puts you at increased risk of developing breast cancer. The presence…
The Pink Washing Of America: Where Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is a frightening and often deadly disease, make no mistake about it. But, if you see the smiling faces…
Breast Cancer Surgery Often Fails In the First
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed that nearly one in four women who have…
My Experience With Cancer
During my life I have been very healthy. I guess I took it for granted. Never missed a school day or very rarely. When…
Identification Of Hostile Breast Cancer Through
Screening for breast cancer is a must to investigate many of the hidden facts about the disease. It also helps out…
Susan G Komen For the Cure Charities Pulls Grant
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is one of the nation's leading breast cancer charities. Founded in 1982, nearly two…
Breast Cancer Articles (34)
When is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Breast cancer occurs in both men and women. The cost in human lives and suffering is tremendous but newer treatments and better methods of detection is saving lives everyday. Masive surgery is not always needed and consultation with several doctors can help a patient make a better decision on treatment.…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Apr 14, 2011  
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Healthy Lifestyle can Enhance Breast Cancer Awareness
Now-a-days, many people become unable to maintain a healthy lifestyle due to various reasons. Eating unhealthy foods and no spare time for exercise have increased peoples chances of falling victim to diseases. Being a woman, you need to be more aware of your health. If you maintain a healthy life…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 23, 2011  
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How This Woman Healed From Brest Cancer
Mine, is a disease that since the name did not promise anything good: triple negative to say no to three three possible targets for new therapies targeting. It means that doctors had no other weapon than the old chemotherapy, its side effects. But the doctor was treating me gave me…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Jan 10, 2012  
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Common Personal And Genetic Risk Factors for Breast Cancer
Much evidence supports the idea that tumors take a lot of time, often decades, to progress into being visible. Tumors are also a series of increasingly neoplastic phenotypes, in which progression is driven by mutations. The current understanding of tumor progression in humans shows that cancer cells acquire their malignancy…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Sep 13, 2012  
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Are You Aware Of Breast Cancer Causes?
Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancers among women and it starts as an abnormal group of cells that multiply in an uncontrolled manner. This uncontrolled growth causes damage to neighboring tissues and can appear as a lump or tumor. No one knows the reasons for…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 02, 2012  
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Breast Cancer Subtypes Provide Some Clues But More Questions for Future Treatment
Doctors have long wondered why two women with the "same" type of breast cancer could have wildly different prognoses when following the same treatment plans. A new, multinational research study may illustrate why that is as well as providing scientists with new directions to take future research studies in. That…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Apr 24, 2012  
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Bone Pain In Metastatic Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and this sentence is also very much familiar to everyone. Prevention is the most important step towards the safety and to practice it breast cancer screening is essential for every woman. It is also a fact that almost half of the…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   May 23, 2016  
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Susan G Komen For the Cure Charities Pulls Grant Money From Planned Parenthood
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is one of the nation's leading breast cancer charities. Founded in 1982, nearly two billion dollars for breast cancer research has been raised by a number of events as well as products that bear the charity's name. For years, that charity has been…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Feb 01, 2012  
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Mammograms May Raise Breast Cancer Risk In Certain Age Groups
For years, the experts have suggested that mammography is the key to early breast cancer detection. While that medical test may be helpful in a number of cases, new research is suggesting that for some groups of women, it may actually increase the risk of developing breast cancer. The study,…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Sep 13, 2012  
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Choose A Healthy Life Style for Increased Survival Rate
Breast cancer is a global phenomenon and women of all ages are at life time risk of developing this cancer as this disease does not recognize any limit of age. A large number of people around the world are trying to prevent women from this deadly disease but still no…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Dec 20, 2011  
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Weight Loss May Help Drop Your Breast Cancer Risk
Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have found that a small amount of weight loss could possible reduce some of the risk factors for breast cancer by lowering the estrogen levels in a woman's body. That study is being published to the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Researchers recruited…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   May 26, 2012  
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Breast Cancer Awareness And Breakfast Tips Not A Novelty At All
There are so many things that we actually know about but don’t practice them in our daily routine. So many such things are inter linked as well, whether it’s the personal health or anything else related to your routine life. Breakfast is something everyone know about its important and role…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   May 28, 2016  
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Breast Cancer: An Overview
The breast or mammary gland is composed of glandular and fatty tissues and is a most important part of a woman’s reproductive system. Breast cancer is the commonest cancer in women. Worldwide, estimated 1.3million women are diagnosed with the disease annually and about one third of that number will die…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Jul 19, 2011  
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Breast Cancer Treatment May Increase Women's Risk Of Heart Disease
A woman's risk of stenosis, or narrowing of the arteries may increase if she develops breast cancer on the left side of the body and is treated with radiation. In a Swedish study, the risk for women developing narrowing arteries leading to the heart increases between four to seven times,…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Feb 06, 2012  
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A One Step to Avoiding Female Breast Cancer
Cause of Breast Cancer and its Prevention Women are suffering from Breast Cancer issues and it really haunts us as to where from these Cancer cells originate. As we all know Plastic products are harmful for the environment as well as to the body. This being said, let me move…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Jul 30, 2013  
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Giuliana Rancic to Have Double Mastectomy: Hopes That Her Decision Will Raise Breast Cancer Awareness
E! News Host and reality tv star, Giuliana Rancic announced that she had breast cancer in October. At that time, she had lumpectomies to remove the cancer from both breasts but revealed on the Today Show that the doctors were unable to remove all of the cancerous tissue from one…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Dec 06, 2011  
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My Experience With Cancer
During my life I have been very healthy. I guess I took it for granted. Never missed a school day or very rarely. When I was 15 years old, I started smoking. In my defence, we were very nieve in those days... smoking was grown up and sophicated. Oh well,…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 20, 2012  
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Cure Breast Cancer With Perfume
Breast cancer is a tragic and unfortunate disease that has touched the lives of men and women all around the world. Technology has allowed for breakthroughs in medical science regarding breast cancer treatment, but there is still no cure for the sickness. Did you know that men can get breast…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 12, 2011  
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Breast Cancer Surgery Often Fails In the First Try: Most Patients Need Second Surgery
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed that nearly one in four women who have the minimally invasive lumpectomy surgery to treat their breast cancer are likely to need a secondary surgery, up to and including a mastectomy to remove additional cancerous cells and affected…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Feb 08, 2012  
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Breast Cancer Risks
Studies say there is a link between working long hours at night and the risks of women breast cancer. Women who were working on night shifts for almost 30 years ave been diagnosed for cancer twice the rate than women who never worked at night. Coincidence? Of-Course not. So what…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Sep 06, 2013  
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Benefits Of Improved Breast Cancer Awareness
According to research reports, breast cancer in the UK affects one out of eight women in some stage of her life. This disease has become a common disease in the UK and has taken the lives of many women in past years. Now, due to awareness and screening tests offered…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Aug 05, 2012  
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Does Your Breast Size Have Anything to Do With Your Breast Cancer Risk?
Breast cancer is one of the most frightening types of cancer that women face. Many of them concentrate on their risk factors, knowing that there are certain types of this disease that fly under all known radars, sneaking up on its victim who may not have a single one of…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Jul 19, 2012  
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Why Should I Participate In A Clinical Trial?
As a clinical research nurse I want to get the word out that participating in a clinical trial is generally a win-win opportunity. Let’s explore together the types of research within a clinical trial you may be asked to participate in. The more you understand what is both offered and…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Feb 23, 2012  
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Is there Connection Between Dairy Products And Brest Cancer
My mother died of brest cancer which left me and my sister with 50% chances to get brest cancer according to a doctor. If I understood it correctly that would mean one of us would be affected by brest cancer. I was only 22 years old and made decision not…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Oct 24, 2013  
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Remember Genetic Testing Only In the Hands Of Experts
A proliferation of companies that invite you to take genetic tests to assess an individual's risk of getting sick. But the answers that you get only open new questions As a sort of crystal ball, genetic tests promise to reveal all the hidden secrets to people in the DNA and…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Dec 12, 2011  
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Hereditary Breast And Ovarian Cancer
Breast and ovarian cancer is one of the most common cancer that is diagnosed and prevalent in women today. It can affect women of every age, race and ethnic group. Based on the studies done in Germany each year around 60,000 women find they have breast cancer and another 9,000…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Jul 30, 2012  
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Celebrate the 25th Anniversary Of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The month of awareness has come. Yes, October is being observed as National breast Cancer Awareness Month in the UK and other developed countries. Charities and health organizations are aiming to achieve different goals this month. Most of these charities are aiming to raise awareness whereas some charities are focusing…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Dec 15, 2011  
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Breast Cancer Numbers World Wide Are Increasing, Cervical Cancers Slow
The number of reported cases of breast cancer are increasing worldwide despite better education, detection and treatment methods. In 1980, the number of women with breast cancer worldwide was roughly 640,000. In 2010, that number had climbed to over a million. Researchers at the University of Washington, who compiled the…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Mar 10, 2012  
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Cheery News for Breast Cancer Victims
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women, is often seen as death sentence by the victims and their families especially in the third world. The reason behind the sufferers present very late and at that point, there is pretty little or nothing medical science can do…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Nov 12, 2014  
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Smaller, Faster Clinical Trials Can Bring About New Breast Cancer Treatment Drugs
The scientists and researchers call it the "valley of death". They are referring to the time period when a new cancer drug is discovered or developed to the time when it has been proven to be effective and allowed to be given. In most cases, it is a lengthy and…
By:  in  Cancer  >  Breast Cancer   Dec 20, 2011  
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White women tend to get breast cancer at a higher rate than black women do, but according to a new…

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