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Breast Cancer – A Focus on Prevention

According to the Center for Disease Control, “Aside from non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women. Breast cancer is the number one cause of cancer death in Hispanic women. It is the second most common cause of cancer death in white, black, Asian/Pacific Islander, and American Indian/Alaska Native […]

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Cyberknife Treatment for Breast Tumors

Cyberknife Treatment for breast tumors is fast becoming to be the treatment of choice of most breast cancer patients because of its state-of-the-art technology. More and more women are discovering the benefits of this modern treatment. This read will give you a crash course on breast tumors as well as more information on this current […]

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How To Prevent Breast Cancer Naturally

Your chances of surviving malignant breast cancer are pretty much the same now as they were some 50yrs ago, when the only treatment was mastectomy. This article on how to prevent breast cancer, examines how you can take action now to make sure you never get this often fatal condition. How to Prevent Breast Cancer […]

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Breast Cancer in Men

Once thought to be exclusive to women, breast cancer can now be found in men as well. And though the Philippines has the highest incidence rate of breast cancer in Asia, breast cancer in men still accounts for less than 1% of all breast cancer cases in the country. What is Male Breast Cancer? Male […]

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Future Treatments for Breast Cancer

Standard treatment for breast cancer has greatly improved survival for women, but the fact remains that 40% of women still ultimately die from the disease. This fact highlights theneed for new and better therapies. Traditional anticancer therapies mostly consist of drugs and ionizing radiation that damage DNA and DNA machinery. Such treatments preferentially kill certain […]

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Personalized Key Chains For Breast Cancer Awareness

Being diagnosed with a severe illness is one of the worst news that you could have hear. The torture of this illness lingers for a long time until you reach the point of either your survival or your end. The mass media has supplied us a peep of how a cancer patient specifically of breast […]

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Can Fish Oils Help in Preventing Breast Cancer?

Maybe. An observational study of over 35,000 postmenopausal women suggests that those who take fish oil supplements might have a lower risk (1/3) of developing breast cancer than those who don’t. But these findings, though intriguing, still aren’t enough to conclude that supplements are effective in preventing breast cancer. Instead experts recommend that adults try […]

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Choose a Breast Cancer Treatment Option

In recent years, cancer treatment options have expanded to include several new therapies and remedies. They bring new hope to patients because they offer ways to attack unique mixes of cells that are unique to each individual cancer. It is important to understand which of the following options is most appropriate in order to increase […]

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Breast Thermography

Breast cancer originates from the breast tissues. Symptoms of having the disease include having a lump, change in shape and size of the breast or discharge from the nipple. These symptoms are discovered through a self- exam after which one goes for further tests in a hospital. The tests done in the hospital include; breast […]

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Will Breast Cancer Come Back Or Not?

Breast cancer when diagnosed early has a great chance of being treated successfully. Whether it is coming back is a matter to reckon with. But if you were the patient, you can have an idea as to the possibility of it coming back or not. Your pathology report has much to say about this issue. […]

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