Surgery to prevent breast cancer requires a patient-doctor dialogue about risks, benefits. JAMA articles by UT Health San Antonio surgeon provide guidance for MDs, families. Risk-reducing mastectomy saves lives of […]
Almost all breast cancer treatment plans involve some type of surgery to remove the breast tumor. While women with very early stages may be treated with mastectomies alone, most patients […]
In both sexes combined, the proportion of smoking-related cancer deaths ranged from 8.8-35.7%, with at least 20% of all cancer deaths attributable to cigarette smoking in 147 out of 152 of evaluated metropolitan areas.
No matter your genes or lifestyle, no one has a 100% chance of being diagnosed with breast cancer. But no one is completely protected either. With 1 in 5 men […]
If you are a woman living in Queens County and coping with a cancer diagnosis, SHAREing & CAREing may be able to help you with your bills. Through a small […]
New report finds strong evidence of links between lifestyle and breast cancer risk. WASHINGTON, DC — Drinking just one glass of wine or other alcoholic drink a day increases breast […]
In 2013, celebrity Angelina Jolie stunned the world with her New York Times op-ed piece revealing the voluntary removal of both of her breasts (a double mastectomy), and outlining why […]
Clinical data reveals new link between body weight and breast cancer survival Medical researchers at Flinders University have established a new link between high body mass index (BMI) and breast […]