Tag Archives: breast cancer
Pneumonia risk has been found to be higher in patients undergoing breast cancer treatment. There has been a consensus among the medical community that pneumonia in cancer patients was a result of a weakened immune system and exposure to multiresistant… Read More
The gene mutation BRCA1 associated with breast cancer is also associated with a deadly form of uterine cancer, too. The risk of developing breast cancer with BRCA1 mutation is so high that many women opt to have their breasts and… Read More
Faulty prostate cancer-causing gene in fathers and brothers raises breast cancer risk in women, according to research. The link between the two types of cancer may be due to a faulty gene that is passed through families.
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A new study shows that women at the age of 40 should undergo a mammogram, as nearly half of them would benefit from the breast cancer screening. For the review, the researchers found that half of the women aged… Read More
Diabetes treatment may reduce breast cancer risk in women by lowering mammographic density, according to research. Mammographic density is a strong risk factor for breast cancer, and any form of diabetes treatment has been found to lower it. Previous research… Read More
Bel Marra Health’s weekly health news roundup has stories regarding ulcerative colitis, fibromyalgia, migraine in women, and Alzheimer’s disease. New breakthroughs reveal that a cancer treatment drug may benefit Alzheimer’s disease, exercise can help with fibromyalgia pain, natural remedies can… Read More
Migraine in women may increase the risk of depression but, on the other hand, lower breast cancer risk. Women with migraines have a higher risk of developing depression, compared to women who have never experienced migraines.
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Meditation and music may be effective for pain relief and anxiety management in breast cancer biopsy patients. A new study conducted at the Duke Cancer Institute in Durham, N.C. revealed alternative methods of helping patients cope with pain and stress… Read More
Every year, health organizations and institutions around the world partake in the events pertaining to World Cancer Day to raise awareness on pancreatic cancer, colon cancer, breast cancer, and other types of this terrible disease, as well as promote healthy… Read More
A new study suggests that a fiber-rich diet in young women may reduce the risk of breast cancer years later. Last week we reported that a high fiber diet may improve lung function, and this week fiber is being linked… Read More
According to an article published online by JAMA Oncology, around 16% of seniors (65 or older) may have received non-recommended screenings for prostate and breast cancers. The reason they do so is because of limited life expectancies of less… Read More
A recent study done by researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center reveals that the high amounts of sugar in the typical Western diet could not only increases the risk of breast cancer but also increases the… Read More