Device to Reduce Chemo Hair Loss Cleared for Marketing
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared for marketing in the United States the first cooling cap to reduce hair loss (alopecia) in female breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Tamoxifen and Antidepressants: The New Findings
Breast cancer survivors are often prescribed antidepressants to ward off hot flashes and other side effects of the cancer drug tamoxifen. But some experts worry that this practice may make tamoxifen less effective.
A Glimmer of Hope for Advanced Breast Cancer
Ladies, you may have a better chance of fighting late-stage breast cancer today than ever before.
New Test May Spot Breast Cancer Treatment Resistance
Drug resistance is often inevitable in breast cancer treatment. But a new test may be able to identify which patients have become resistant.
New Guidelines on Breast Cancer Screening
The American Cancer Society (ACS), an influential voice in cancer policy and clinical care in the US for more than 100 years, recently shifted its recommendations for breast cancer screening.
How to Do a Breast Self-Exam
A quick and easy self-check could make a big difference in women's health.
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All About Breast Cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - a perfect time to learn a bit more about the condition that affects roughly 1 in 8 US women, according to the National Cancer Institute. So read on and wear your pink ribbon proudly!
How Ethnicity Affects Cancer Risk
Your ethnicity may be a factor in your cancer risk.
How Diet Could Affect Breast Cancer Risk
The Mediterranean diet has long been promoted as a heart-healthy way of eating. But, for women, there may now be another good reason to adopt this diet.