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Assessing the statistical risk for any individual woman requires a careful assessment of all her relevant health issues. The best estimates of cancer...
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The side effects of tamoxifen therapy for breast cancer are similar to symptoms of menopause. The most common side effects are hot flashes, vaginal...
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If you have a strong (positive) family history for breast cancer, ovarian cancer or even prostate cancer, this information is relevant to your...
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For breast cancer, chemotherapy drugs are given intravenously (directly into a vein) or orally (by mouth). Once the drugs enter the bloodstream, they...
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Many of the largest studies to show no benefit for breast self-exam (BSE) were done in countries outside the U.S. (such as Shanghai, China, in 2002...
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An FDA panel has recommended that the drug Avastin no longer be sold as a treatment for breast cancer. The unanimous recommendation came after...
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Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed non-skin cancer in American women. The risk of breast cancer increases as women get older. Over the...
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My Aunt had the exact issue during her radiation and chemo treatments for breast cancer. I know she used nutragena Tea Tree oil shampoo which...
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Fibrocystic breast condition that involves hyperplasia is associated with a slightly elevated risk of breast cancer, and atypical hyperplasia is...
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If you have a symptom or screening test result that suggests cancer, your doctor must find out whether it is due to cancer or to some other cause...
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This is an important question because the National Cancer Institute estimates that one in eight women in our country will develop breast cancer...
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Hi here’s a very interesting link to a site, him saying this, I myself can report cases where the fibroid growths and the size of the uterus...
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Hi If your talking breast fibroids, then, fibroids are noncancerous, benign growths and are therefore, not to be confused with breast cancer although...