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  BREAST CANCER (pre 2009)

2 December 2008
Eggs in diet cut daughters' breast cancer risk
Consuming choline - a nutrient found in eggs - during pregnancy may significantly lower the risk of breast cancer for a mother's offspring...

25 August 2008
Traumatic Events Can Catalyze Breast Cancer
Happiness and optimism appear to help prevent breast cancer while adverse life events seem to increase the risk of developing the disease...

14 May 2008
Exercise "Substantially" Cuts Risk of Breast Cancer
Girls and young women who exercise regularly between the ages of 12 and 35 have a substantially lower risk of breast cancer before menopause...

16 April 2008
HRT-Cancer Risk Differs On Racial Lines
Genetic variations in estrogen and progesterone metabolism may play a role in how women of African ancestry respond to hormonal therapies...

4 April 2008
Eggs Touted As Breast Cancer Preventative
Choline, a nutrient found in eggs, is associated with a 24 percent reduced risk of breast cancer, according to a study supported by the U.S. National Institutes of Health...

18 March 2008
Neighborhood A Catalyst For Breast Cancer?
Researchers are studying the possible connection between living in disadvantaged neighborhoods and the development of early onset breast cancer...

14 March 2008
Obesity Makes Breast Cancer More Aggressive
Obese and overweight women suffer from more aggressive breast cancers and have lower survival rates...

12 December 2007
Question Mark Over Mammogram Interpretations
How radiologists interpret diagnostic mammograms varies widely and could affect clinical decisions in large numbers of women...

30 November 2007
Concerns Over Consumer Genetic Tests
Direct-to-consumer advertising for commercial genetic testing is on the rise and may be problematic...

28 November 2007
City Gals At Greater Risk Of Breast Cancer
Women who live in urban areas have denser breasts, making them more likely to develop breast cancer...

16 November 2007
Double Mastectomy Increasingly Favored
There has been a 150 percent increase between 1998 and 2003 in women opting to have both breasts removed when cancer has been found in only one breast...

30 October 2007
African-American Women Suffer From More Aggressive Breast Cancers
African-American women are diagnosed with breast cancer at a younger age and have larger tumors and more lymph node involvement than white women...

29 October 2007
Smoking Not Guilty On Breast Cancer Charge
Smoking might be associated with an increased risk of various sorts of cancers, but it doesn't result in more advanced or aggressive breast cancers...

22 October 2007
Cancer Unaffected By Emotional State
A patient’s positive or negative emotional state has no effect on cancer survival or disease progression, a large scale study has found...

19 October 2007
Sunlight Appears To Cut Breast Cancer Risk
Increased exposure to sunlight - which increases levels of vitamin D in the body - may decrease the risk of advanced breast cancer...

24 May 2007
Study Slams Breast Cancer Follow-Up Care
A new study says that follow-up of breast cancer patients after their initial treatment is becoming "devalued and deregulated"...

17 May 2007
Soy And Breast Cancer: Evaluating The Risk
Whether or not soy products are a cancer-risk may depend on whether the whole soybean is consumed or if its chemical components are taken as individual supplements...

26 April 2007
New Hereditary Breast Cancer Gene Identified
Mutations in a gene called TWIST1 put women at a twenty-times greater risk of contracting breast cancer...

19 April 2007
Question Mark Over Decrease In Breast Cancer Rates
The decline in the use of hormone replacement therapy is credited for the recently announced reduction in breast cancer cases, but questions remain as to whether it was wholly responsible for the drop...

22 February 2007
Breast Cancer Strikes African-Americans Early
African American women are more likely to die of breast cancer than their white counterparts because they tend to get the disease earlier, suggests new research...

18 December 2006
Lower Dietary Fat Decreases Breast Cancer Recurrence
Reducing dietary fat intake may decrease the risk of breast cancer recurrence in women who have been treated for early-stage breast cancer...

5 December 2006
Abortion Pill Halts Breast Tumors
Aside from avoiding unwanted pregnancies, it has been found that the abortion pill RU486 is also capable of preventing the growth of breast tumors...

15 November 2006
Study Links Red Meat To Breast Cancer
In younger women, it seems that eating red meat is associated with hormone receptor–positive breast cancers...

13 November 2006
Breast Cancer Vaccine Looks Promising
A new breast cancer vaccination currently under trial looks to be very promising for women at high-risk of the disease...

8 November 2006
Grooming Products Behind African-American Breast Cancer Figures?
Deodorants and other hormone-imitating personal care products could be the reason behind the high number of breast cancers in younger African-American women...

31 October 2006
Doctors Slow To Act On Contraceptive Breast Cancer Link
According to a Mayo Clinic researcher, U.S. women's lack of awareness about the link between oral contraceptives and breast cancer is "staggering"...

4 October 2006
Age Stereotyping Limits Breast Cancer Options
Oncologists say that older women’s options to combat breast cancer may not be as limited as their doctors might claim...

31 August 2006
Questions Linger Over Common Chemical’s Link To Breast Cancer
A chemical found in drink bottles, CDs, DVDs, car parts and other household products retains its carcinogenic properties and is not broken down once in the human body, say experts...

16 August 2006
Hidden Costs Of Breast Cancer Chemo Revealed
Breast cancer chemotherapy may have a greater number of serious adverse effects than those that are reported, and documented, in official clinical trials...

14 August 2006
Braveheart’s War-Paint Could Be Breast Cancer Weapon
Woad, the plant that ancient peoples used to make blue war-paint, has been found to be rich in a potent anti-breast cancer chemical...

25 July 2006
Preventative Effect Of Tamoxifen “Non-Existent” For Most Women
Women taking tamoxifen to prevent breast cancer may be wasting their time, according to a new study which found that the drug has little impact on overall mortality rates for most "high risk" women...

12 July 2006
Weight Gain A Big Factor In Postmenopausal Breast Cancer
Evidence is stacking up that weight gain, particularly postmenopausal weight gain, is linked to an increased risk of breast cancer...

5 June 2006
MR Reduces Need For Breast Biopsy
Radiologists say scanning suspicious breast lesions with magnetic resonance (MR) spectroscopy reduces the need for biopsy by more than 50 percent...

1 June 2006
Across The Board Association Between Obesity And Breast Cancer
Postmenopausal women who put on weight face a higher lifetime risk for all types of breast cancer, even if they are not taking hormone replacement therapy...

21 April 2006
Cancer Treatment Methodology Wrongheaded, Says Study
Choosing an anticancer drug based primarily on the cancer’s location in the body may be erroneous, says a study that suggests there may be little pharmacologic difference between lung, breast, colon and many other cancers...

22 March 2006
Researchers Probe Ginseng’s Effect On Breast Cancer
A new study seems to indicate that ginseng can have a variety of beneficial effects for breast cancer patients, but scientists haven’t quite zeroed-in on what makes it work...

20 March 2006
Unevenly Sized Breasts A Predictor Of Breast Cancer
A small study has found that women with asymmetrical breasts are more likely to develop breast cancer...

1 March 2006
Fears Over Deodorants And Breast Cancer
Scientists say that a potential link between the aluminum in antiperspirant deodorants and breast cancer should be investigated further...

24 February 2006
Ginkgo Biloba, New Weapon Against Breast Cancer?
Researchers believe they are on the way to understanding how an extract from the leaves of the Ginkgo biloba tree reduces the risk of breast cancer...

26 January 2006
Warning For Breast Cancer Patients Using Vaginal Estrogen
Researchers have cautioned against the use of vaginal estrogen for breast cancer patients being treated with anastrozole, letrozole or exemestane...

25 January 2006
Omega-3 Breast Cancer Prevention Questioned
Researchers have found no strong evidence indicating a significantly reduced risk of cancer is associated with the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids...

21 December 2005
New Breast Cancer Findings Spur Interest In Wormwood Extract
Used for centuries to fight malaria, a derivative of the sweet wormwood plant appears to prevent the onset of breast cancer...

20 December 2005
Artificial Light Stimulates Growth Of Breast Cancers
Exposure to artificial lighting during the nighttime appears to stimulate the growth of breast tumors by suppressing levels of melatonin...

5 December 2005
New Breast Cancer Machine Better At Detection Than Mammograms
Breast CT - a new method for scanning breasts - has been undergoing trials that so far indicate it may be better at spotting potential cancers than the mammogram...

23 November 2005
Melatonin And Cancer – Trials Urged
Trials in Europe indicate that melatonin may be a powerful inhibitor of cancer progression and researchers are urging North American agencies to commence trials to evaluate its therapeutic role in a variety of cancers...

4 November 2005
Primrose Oil Promises New Preventative For Breast Cancer
Evening primrose oil, used in traditional medicine, has been found to have a preventative effect on the breast cancer gene in certain women...

25 October 2005
Duration Of Treatment And Age Key To Tamoxifen Effectiveness
It seems that in post-menopausal women, the effectiveness of tamoxifen is governed by the duration of use...

7 October 2005
Reflexology Benefits Breast Cancer Patients
Women receiving chemotherapy for late-stage breast cancer were better able to cope with their treatment if they received reflexology therapy...

3 October 2005
Smoking, HRT A Bad Combination
Long-term smokers who use combination hormone-replacement therapy increase their chances of getting breast cancer by 110 percent...

27 September 2005
Left Handedness Associated With Breast Cancer Risk
Left handedness appears to be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, say researchers in the Netherlands...

Booby Babble And Breast Cancer Research
(15 September 2005)
Hardly a day goes by without the media excitedly reporting on another “breakthrough” in the detection and treatment of breast cancer. And while there certainly is a great deal of research activity going on, it seems that it rarely connects with women’s everyday lives. In fact, it’s more often than not downright confusing, with a number of studies contradicting one another...

12 September 2005
Surprising Finding On Stress And Breast Cancer
Stress is bad, right? Maybe not, say researchers who have linked high stress levels with a lowered risk of breast cancer…

6 September 2005
Genetic Screening Recommended For Some
The United States Preventive Services Task Force has issued new recommendations for genetic screening for the BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations that pre-dispose women to breast and ovarian cancer...

22 August 2005
Weight A Big Factor In Breast Cancer Risk
Women with a genetic predisposition to breast cancer can reduce their risk of contracting the disease by as much as 65 percent if they shed pounds...

19 August 2005
Better Results From Mammography Detection
Breast cancer detected by screening mammography resulted in a significantly better prognosis than for those women whose cancer was found another way...

12 August 2005
Genes Used To Predict Chemo Effectiveness
The activity of certain genes can predict how well a breast cancer patient will respond to chemotherapy...

Breast Cancer Expert Cautions On Herbal Usage
(13 July 2005)
Menopausal women taking herbal supplements such as black cohosh and red clover should do so with care as their estrogen-like actions may increase the risk of breast cancer...

Obesity Increases Risk Of Breast Cancer Recurrence
(15 June 2005)
Obese and overweight women with breast cancer may receive reduced doses of chemotherapy drugs, which could put them at an increased risk of cancer recurrence...

Warning On Green Tea Extract
(9 March 2005)
Experts say that people taking supplements made from concentrated tea extract to ward off cancer should take care. Large doses of green tea extract may actually activate - rather than hinder - the mechanisms that help tumors survive and grow...

MRI Detects Cancers Mammograms Miss
(4 March 2005)
Breast MRI isn’t widely used because of concerns that it detects too many lesions that are not cancer but new techniques are making it more accurate...

An Apple A Day Could Help Prevent Breast Cancer
(2 March 2005)
A study has found that tumor incidence in rats was reduced by up to 44 percent when they were fed apples over a six month period....

Rare Amazonian Plant Beats Breast Cancer
(7 February 2005)
After five years of tests, scientists have isolated a compound, derived from a rare South American plant, that stops the growth of human breast cancer cells...

Antidepressants Hinder Effectiveness Of Tamoxifen
(21 January 2005)
A large study has confirmed earlier data showing that SSRI antidepressants may hinder the effectiveness of the breast cancer drug tamoxifen...

Implants After Mastectomy Get All-Clear
(27 December 2004)
Breast implants after mastectomy to treat breast cancer do not reduce the long-term survival of patients...

Soy Foods May Reduce Breast Cancer Spread
(24 September 2004)
In countries where soy products are consumed in high amounts, the incidence of breast cancer is low...

Post Lumpectomy Radiation May Be Unnecessary
(3 September 2004)
Women treated with tamoxifen after removal of early-stage breast cancer by lumpectomy may be able to avoid radiation therapy and its unpleasant side effects...

High Carb Diet Linked To Breast Cancer Risk
(9 August 2004)
A study of women in Mexico indicates that a diet high in carbohydrates may increase the risk of breast cancer...

Breast Reduction Lowers Risk Of Cancer
(31 May 2004)
Breast reduction surgery may be an alternative preventative measure for women at a high risk of developing breast cancer...

Mammogram Accuracy Reduced In Overweight Women
(26 May 2004)
Women who are obese or overweight are more likely to receive a false-positive result on their mammogram than normal weight women...

Processed Soy Products Linked To Tumour Growth
(12 May 2004)
Highly processed soy foods and supplements sold in the U.S. may stimulate the growth of pre-existing estrogen dependent breast tumors...

LA Yoga Study Seeking Breast Cancer Survivors
(12 April 2004)
Researchers are seeking volunteers who have completed treatment for breast cancer and are experiencing persistent fatigue to join a study to see if yoga can improve energy, mood and physical functioning...

Anti-Nausea Drug Interferes With Breast Cancer Chemo
(5 April 2004)
A drug commonly used to prevent nausea in patients receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer also seems to prevent the therapy from working efficiently on tumor cells...

Big Differences In Countries Masectomy Rates
(29 March 2004)
A researcher has found that the rates of conservation surgery for breast cancer vary widely between countries...

Diet A Significant Factor In Breast Cancer Risk
(19 March 2004)
The risk of breast cancer can be reduced by not being overweight and eating a healthier diet...

Long-Term Antibiotic Use Appears Linked To Breast Cancer Risk
(19 February 2004)
An increased risk of breast cancer is one of the worrying observations from a study of antibiotic use over long periods...

Breast Augmentation May Hinder Cancer Detection
(29 January 2004)
A statistical survey suggests that breast enlargement may interfere with the interpretation of mammography examinations...

Checks For Breast Cancer In Pregnancy Urged
(15 January 2004)
Diagnosis of breast cancer is often delayed because doctors and pregnant women assume that lumps in the breast are due to hormonal changes...

Alcohol Link To Breast Cancer
(3 November 2003)
Older women with a history of alcohol use are more likely than nondrinkers to be diagnosed with hormonally sensitive forms of breast cancer...

Better Long-Term Outlook For Breast Cancer Survivors
(13 October 2003)
Post-menopausal survivors of breast cancer who took the drug letrozole after five years of tamoxifen therapy had a significantly reduced risk of cancer recurrence...

Exercise Keeps Breast Cells Working Well
(9 October 2003)
Exercising, only a few hours a week, may cut the risk of developing breast disease...

U.S. Mammographers Prone To More False Positives
(18 September 2003)
Mammography screening programs in the U.S. are yielding a higher percentage of abnormal mammograms than in other countries, but without any benefit in terms of a higher cancer detection rate...

Exercise And Breast Cancer Prevention: It's Never Too Late To Start
(11 September 2003)
Increased physical activity, even when begun later in life, reduces overall breast-cancer risk by 20 percent among women at all levels of risk for the disease...

Effectiveness Of Limited-Field Radiation Therapy For Breast Cancer Demonstrated
(21 August 2003)
Radiation directed at the tumor site may be as effective as whole-breast radiation therapy in preventing breast cancer recurrence...

Obesity Increases Concentration Of Estrogen
(21 August 2003)
Obesity increases the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women by increasing the amount of estrogens in the blood...

Advice From Health Stores Not So Healthy
(7 August 2003)
Health food store assistants often recommend products with no proven benefit, that are expensive and potentially harmful...

UCLA Study Seeks Women With Recurring Breast Cancer
(28 July 2003)
UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center is testing an experimental immune system-boosting antibody that could one day help women who have not responded to conventional chemotherapy treatments for metastatic breast cancer...

Painkillers May Help Protect Against Breast Cancer
(17 July 2003)
A new study suggests that regular ibuprofen use may cut a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer in half...

New Evidence Of Cadmium Link To Breast Cancer
(14 July 2003)
For the first time, there is scientific evidence that exposure to cadmium, a naturally occurring metal, may be a direct risk factor for developing breast cancer...

Vitamin D Helps Radiation Treatment
(9 June 2003)
A type of vitamin D has been found to greatly enhance radiation treatment for tumors associated with breast cancer...

Pain Relievers May Block Breast Tumors
(10 April 2003)
Weekly doses of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like aspirin and ibuprofen had a significant effect in reducing the risk of breast cancer...

New Indicator Of Breast Cancer Risk
(7 April 2003)
Measuring a woman's leptin levels may offer an additional indicator of her risk of developing breast cancer...

Tamoxifen Could Benefit Millions Of Women
(3 April 2003)
More than 10 million women in the U.S. have a high enough risk of developing breast cancer that they could consider taking the breast cancer chemoprevention drug tamoxifen...

Location Influences Choice Of Mastectomy Or Lumpectomy
(31 March 2003)
Women with breast cancer are less likely to conserve their breasts if there is no radiation therapy facility located nearby...

Clues To How Breast Cancer Spreads Uncovered
(10 March 2003)
Researchers have identified two molecular predictors of breast cancer spread, or metastasis...

Eggs Could Prevent Breast Cancer
(27 February 2003)
Women who used to eat more eggs during their high school years may be less likely to develop breast cancer...

Diet During Puberty Affects Sex Hormone Levels
(16 January 2003)
A modest reduction in fat intake during puberty is associated with changes in the levels of certain sex hormones which may be associated with an increase in breast cancer risk...

Tamoxifen Could Be Fertility Drug For Breast Cancer Patients
(9 January 2003)
United States fertility researchers have discovered a potential new role for the wonder drug tamoxifen – helping breast cancer patients to have babies by IVF...

Shorter Radiation Time For Breast Cancer Treatment
(25 November 2002)
A new radiation approach being tested could vastly shorten the overall treatment time for women with breast cancer...

Estrogen Appears To Protect Against Breast Cancer
(17 October 2002)
Short-term use of pregnancy-level estrogen, designed to mimic pregnancy, is highly effective in protecting women from breast cancer, according to new research...

Beef And Breast Cancer Risk
(10 October 2002)
Scientists are concerned that a growth promoter widely used in the U.S. cattle industry may increase the risk of breast cancer...

Interpretation Of Mammograms Varies Widely
(19 September 2002)
Younger, more recently trained radiologists had two to four times more false-positive interpretations of mammograms than older radiologists...

70% Of Cancer Patients Use Alternative Therapies
(5 September 2002)
More than 70 percent of a survey group of adult cancer patients use alternative therapies and almost all report substantial improvements in well-being as a result of using alternative medicine...

Eating Soy During Adolescence May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
(29 August 2002)
Asian-American women who consumed soy foods on a weekly basis during their teen years and adulthood had about half the risk of developing breast cancer compared to similar women who ate little soy during the same time periods...

Broccoli Compound May Be Breast Cancer Preventive
(19 August 2002)
A drug based on broccoli could help prevent cancer formation regardless of whether the tumor is estrogen-dependent or non-estrogen-dependent...

Obesity Link With Breast Cancer Among Hispanics
(12 August 2002)
Breast cancer rates among Hispanic women are climbing - and increasing obesity is one factor that might be to blame...

HRT Study Halted Due To Cancer Risk
(11 July 2002)
A major clinical trial of the risks and benefits of combined estrogen and progestin in healthy menopausal women has been stopped due to an increased risk of invasive breast cancer...

No Link Between Oral Contraceptives And Breast Cancer
(1 July 2002)
Oral contraceptives do not appear to increase a woman's risk for breast cancer and they reduce the risk for endometrial and ovarian cancers...

New Breast Cancer Therapy Shows Dramatic Results
(20 May 2002)
Patients call it the "booby Jacuzzi" and it is having a dramatic effect on locally advanced tumors that often resist traditional treatments...

Breast Cancer Survival Rates Favor Chemotherapy Before Surgery
(29 April 2002)
Long-term survival results from a breast cancer treatment study strongly favor chemotherapy followed by surgery for women with large, locally advanced tumors...

High Levels Of Sex Hormones Double Breast Cancer Risk
(18 April 2002)
Postmenopausal women with relatively high serum concentrations of estrogen and testosterone have twice the risk of developing breast cancer...

Weight Gain During Pregnancy Can Increase Breast Cancer Risk
(14 April 2002)
Gaining more than 50 pounds during pregnancy, and not losing the excess weight post-pregnancy, could triple a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer after menopause…

An Early Warning System For Dangerous Breast Cancer?
(12 April 2002)
A tiny protein called RhoC found in breast tumors may someday give doctors and patients an early warning system that could spot dangerously aggressive breast cancer long before it begins to spread…

Ultrasound Detection Of Breast Lesions
(11 April 2002)
New ultrasound techniques can "remotely palpate" tissues, detecting breast abnormalities that are deeper and smaller than the centimeter sized lesions that physicians can detect by feel…

Study Pinpoints Tamoxifen Side Effect
(8 April 2002)
Researchers have identified the underlying mechanism that causes one of the unwanted side effects of tamoxifen…

The Pill May Increase The Risk Of Breast Cancer
(5 April 2002)
Women who have ever used the Pill face a slightly increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to one of the largest studies on oral contraceptive use…

Up To 27% Of Tumours Not Detected From Mammograms
(3 April 2002)
Results from an exercise in rereading mammographies has shown that 27% of tumours found between screenings could have been detected from the mammograms…

Microendoscopy To Diagnose Breast Cancer?
(2 April 2002)
A new diagnostic technique uses a minute endoscope, no thicker than a few strands of human hair, to pass through the nipple and search for the earliest signs of cancer within the breast...

New Study Could Cut Breast Cancer Overtreatment
(30 March 2002)
The numbers of women who receive adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer could be reduced by 30 to 40% if the results of a new molecular study are put into practice…

Breast Cancer More Aggressive In Women From Deprived Backgrounds
(27 March 2002)
Women from deprived backgrounds who develop early breast cancer tend to have tumours that are more likely to be aggressive and to spread…

Novel Treatment Transforms Lives Of Breast Cancer Patients
(26 March 2002)
A unique operation is bringing new hope to breast cancer patients who suffer from persistent lymphoedema - a disabling condition resulting in grossly swollen and painful arms…

Researchers Learning About How Breast Cancer Spreads
(26 March 2002)
Findings from a University of Iowa Health Care study may explain the basic mechanisms involved in triggering the spread of breast cancer…

Natural Fatty Acid Reduces Breast Cancer Risk
(25 March 2002)
Butter made from milk containing increased levels of a natural fatty acid can reduce the risk of breast cancer in laboratory animals…

Exercise Benefits Patients Being Treated For Early Stage Breast Cancer
(23 March 2002)
Contrary to traditional medical advice that rest is the best medicine for fatigue caused by treatment for breast cancer, researchers have found that exercise improves physical functioning and weight control for many patients...

Combined Hormone-Replacement Therapy May Boost Incidence Of Rare Form Of Breast Cancer
(21 March 2002)
The incidence of a rare form of breast cancer is on the rise in postmenopausal women across the US, and this increase may be associated with the widespread use of combined hormone-replacement therapy…

Tamoxifen For Breast Cancer Prevention Has No Heart-Related Effects
(21 March 2002)
The breast cancer prevention drug, tamoxifen, does not influence cardiovascular risk in healthy women or in women with coronary heart disease…

Encouraging Results Reported For New Breast Cancer Therapy
(18 March 2002)
Mayo Clinic researchers report "encouraging" results with a new treatment for women with metastatic breast cancer…

Women Blame Stress For Their Breast Cancer
(16 March 2002)
Ask women what caused their breast cancer, and the most common answer will be stress, an unfounded belief that can affect how they approach their treatment and survival…

For Breast Self-Examination, Once A Month Is Enough
(12 March 2002)
Too much breast self-examination can be counterproductive for women with a family history of breast cancer…

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