Twenty percent of women with breast cancer who has part of the breast removed, rather than the whole breast, ends up having another surgery, a British Medical Journal (BMJ) study suggests.
One Of Three Breast Cancer Patients Stop Taking Medications Due To Side Effects
Aromatase inhibitors are the medication given to postmenopausal breast cancer patients to reduce the level of estrogen in those whose tumors were fueled by the hormone.
Scientists Link ‘Darkness Hormone’ As Natural Defenses Against Cancer
In a study by the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI), experts suggested that while family history, smoking, drinking and poor diet are the main risk factors for breast cancer, excessive exposure to electric light during night-time hours could reduce our resistance to the disease.
People With Fair Complexion Require Doses Of Vitamin D
A new research funded by Cancer Research UK has discovered that fair skinned people may not be able to stay long enough in the sun, while not getting sunburned as well.
How Dietary Fiber Works For Your Well-Being?
Fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, legumes and grains are good sources of dietary fiber. It is the component of food that cannot be digested or broken down into energy.
Ovarian Surgery Reduces Threats Of Cancer For Women?
Preventive surgery to remove healthy ovaries gives a triple benefit to high risk women according to a study. It lowers their threat of breast and ovarian cancer, and boosts their chances of living longer.
Breastfeeding May Protect Women Against Breast Cancer
According to a study, breastfeeding may offer broad protection against breast cancer that extends to women who delay having children.
Cancer Has Been Linked To Obesity
European researchers had reported in their study published recently that being overweight or obese may increase a person’s risk of developing up to a dozen different types of cancer.
Breast Cancer Not Only Affect Women But Men Too
Breast cancer can strike anyone, regardless of your age, gender, status and background, everyone is at risk of this deadly disease.