Breast cancer patients who raised a glass or two a week may even enjoy slightly longer lives than those who didn’t drink.
An aging population coupled with improved treatment methods mean more people will survive cancer. But at what cost?
Mammograms every other year do not increase the risk of breast cancer compared to yearly screening.
But experts stress that the risk of radiation treatment does not outweigh the benefits in helping women survive breast cancer
The breakthrough drug, which targets a small percentage of breast tumors, may be effective against more cancers, according to the latest study.
A study finds the first genetic links that predict timing of menopause
A new bra from First Warning Systems claims a series of sensors embedded in the cups can pick up temperature changes in breast tissue and alert doctors to the presence of malignant cells. Read the full story in our companion blog …
Getting yearly physicals makes intuitive sense—routine checkups can pick up early signs of disease and get you on treatment that could save your life. Or can they?
Wish you could be at Oktoberfest? Even if you can’t make it to the epic annual beer bash in Munich, Germany, that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate your favorite ale — or benefit your health in the process.
A sequencing study of breast-cancer-tumor genomes suggests that cancers should be categorized by their genetic heritage, rather than where they reside in the body
Overweight and obese women may have a tougher battle in store when it comes to breast cancer: a new study published in the journal Cancer finds that carrying extra pounds is linked with a higher risk of cancer recurrence and death.