Normal BMI but High Body Fat After Menopause Tied to Higher Breast Cancer Risk
Postmenopausal women with higher body fat levels may be at increased risk for breast cancer, even if their body mass index is normal, researchers say. Reuters Health Information
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Do cancer treatments accelerate brain aging?
A new study finds connections between key markers of biological aging and signs of cognitive decline years after the completion of breast cancer treatment.
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Mistletoe Injections for Tumor Treatment
According to the National Cancer Institute, 1 an estimated 1.7 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 2018. The most common cancers are breast...
1 month ago - Mercola - 3 articles
Limiting protein intake may enhance response to immunotherapy
Restricting protein intake may improve responses to immunotherapy, according to study results published in Clinical Cancer Research. Roberto Pili, MD, Robert Wallace Miller...
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Injections to Reduce Early Menopause from Breast Cancer Treatment Identified
Women who receive goserelin injections along with standard breast cancer chemotherapy are more likely to become pregnant without developing negative side effects or shortening...
1 month ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
Hormone-blocking injections reduce early menopause from breast cancer treatment
Final results of a clinical trial show continued evidence that women who get injections of the hormone drug goserelin along with standard breast cancer chemotherapy are more...
1 month ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Hormone injections reduce risk for early menopause from breast cancer chemotherapy
Final results of SWOG Cancer Research Network's groundbreaking international Prevention of Early Menopause Study clinical trial are in, and they show continued evidence that...
1 month ago - News Medical
Vitamin D deficiency may increase breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women
Postmenopausal women with recently diagnosed breast cancer had a higher risk for developing vitamin D deficiency vs. similar women without the disease, with obesity influencing...
1 month ago - Healio - 3 articles
Routine genomic screening could help identify otherwise undetected cancer risk
Most carriers of genetic mutations known to increase the risk for breast, ovarian, prostate and pancreatic cancers appeared unaware of their mutation carrier status despite...
1 month ago - Healio
Danshen, a traditional Chinese medicine, can be the key to treating oral cancer
You may not hear about oral cancer as much as, say, breast, lung, liver, or prostate cancer, but it isn't any less deadly. Even today, it's still considered a dangerous type of...
2 monthes ago - Natural News