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2006/12/27 Timing of weight gain affects breast cancer risk
Last Updated: 2006-12-27 10:03:02 -0400 (Reuters Health) NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - New mothers now have even more incentive to shed pounds gained during pregnancy, other than wanting to fit into those pre-pregnancy jeans. A new study indicates an association between gaining weight in adulthood an

2006/12/25 Work in clothing, textiles linked to breast cancer
Last Updated: 2006-12-25 8:00:15 -0400 (Reuters Health) NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who work in certain industries may face a greater risk of breast cancer, according to a study from Israel. Breast cancer rates are climbing worldwide, and have also risen among Israeli women, Dr. Judith Shaha

2006/12/21 Fatigue harms cancer patients' quality of life
Last Updated: 2006-12-21 13:00:14 -0400 (Reuters Health) NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Among women diagnosed with breast cancer, fatigue is the symptom most strongly associated with a worse overall quality of life, German researchers report. The influence of fatigue "by far" exceeded that of symptom

2006/12/18 Mushrooms may ward off breast cancer
Last Updated: 2006-12-18 11:44:04 -0400 (Reuters Health) NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Eating a few ounces of mushrooms every day could help prevent breast cancer, a new study suggests. "You don't need a strong effect to cause cancer prevention. Eating 100 grams or even less of mushrooms per day cou

2006/12/18 U.S. black women have lower breast cancer survival
Last Updated: 2006-12-18 8:37:33 -0400 (Reuters Health) By Ed Stoddard DALLAS (Reuters) - Black women with early-stage breast cancer have lower survival rates than their white counterparts even after taking into account variables such as tumor size and socioeconomic differences, researchers said.

2006/03/20 Few Women Have Regrets When Choosing Preventive Mastectomy for Other Breast
nn M. Geiger and others Journal of Clinical Oncology, March 20, 2006 Is this for me? If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer in one breast and are considering having the other breast removed to reduce your risk of developing a new breast cancer or having the cancer coming back, you might wan

2006/03/01 Tykerb Shows Benefit for HER2-positive, Herceptin-resistant Cancer
American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, March 2006, Special Presentation Is this for me? If you have HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer, you might want to read this article. What questions is the study trying to answer? The researchers wanted to know if women with advanced (metas

2006/02/06 Fewer breast cancers linked to less hormone therapy
(Reuters) - A sharp decline in new breast cancer cases in 2003 in the United States have come because millions of older women ceased hormone replacement therapy the previous year, researchers said on Thursday. But they stressed that because their analysis is based on population statistics, the reas

2006/01/02 Red meat may increase breast cancer risk
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Premenopausal women who eat large amounts of red meat appear to have an increased risk of developing breast cancer with receptors that are positive for estrogen and progesterone, according to a report in the Archives of Internal Medicine. The current study is not the fir

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