breast cancer awareness
Breast Cancer Pill Could Reduce The Risk Of Disease
The breast cancer pill is known to reduce the risk of developing disease for women who are at high risk due to family history. However, General Practitioners are not confident in prescribing this drug because it is not licensed as a preventive drug.
Breast Cancer Patients Are Not Getting Genetic Testing & Counselling, Doctors 'Never Recommend' It
United States Preventive Services Task Force has emphasized the importance of genetic testing, especially for women with a history of breast cancer in the family. However, a recent study shows only a few actually get their genes tested.
Raising Awareness: February 4 Is 'World Cancer Day'; Is The Cure At Hand?
Considering the number of emerging diseases nowadays, how important is it for humanity to understand and become aware of cancer? Why did February 4 become the World Cancer Day? Is there something significant during this day? Get to know what authorities have to reveal.
Breast Cancer Prevention: Women With High Breast Density Are More Prone To Develop Cancer
Australian researchers have found that women with extremely dense breast tissue face higher risks of getting breast cancer. The result of this study is important in identifying those who will benefit most from anti-inflammatory treatment.
The Ultimate Cure For Cancer, Finally Found? What Does Elephants Have To Do With It? Here Are The Details
As the quest to finding the right solution for the “deadly” Cancer, what are the Elephants’ essential roles in this disease? Could they actually be the game changer? What’s the truth behind claims that Elephants hold the key for Cancer? Here’s what experts reveal
Angelina Jolie Mastectomies Caused A Huge Increase In Breast Cancer Tests; Details Inside
Can a popular artist’s mastectomies cause a massive panic? But how? Does it really prove that no matter how well-informed a person is, when a famous celebrity like Angelina Jolie undergoes mastectomy test, can still go awry?
Death Rates From Breast Cancer Patients Dramatically Decreases, Is ‘The Cure’ Finally Found?
With the ongoing decline of breast cancer mortality rates across the globe, does it imply that the cure has finally been discovered? Are there certain limitations of using the ‘wonder drug’ that lessens the virus? Find out what experts have to say
Every Woman Should Undergo Mammogram, Including 75-Year-Olds And Above
A new major study found out that there's no need to stop mammograms based on age. According to data presented Monday at the Radiological Society of North America's annual conference, screenings after 75 should occur based on a woman's personal choice, her health, and other illnesses she might be facing, not based on age.
Black Women Twice As Likely To Suffer Breast Cancer As White Women
According to analysis, black women in England are more likely to get ahead breast cancer than white women. The finding shows by the Cancer Research U.K. and Public Health England with just 13% of white women who were diagnosed with breast cancer during 2012 and 2013.
Prolonged Fasting At Night May Cut Breast Cancer Brisks
Regular fasting for short periods reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke or cancer. New study shows it may also lower the risk of getting breast cancer.
Breast Cancer: 4 Important Things You Need To Know
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women and is the second top cause of cancer deaths among women around the world. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the perfect time to learn about it.