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2008/10/15 Coffee Consumption Not Associated with Overall Risk of Breast Cancer
Amount of caffeine consumption is not associated with an overall increased risk of breast cancer. These results were recently published in the Archives of Internal Medicine. Breast cancer is diagnosed in nearly 200,000 women annually in the United States. With such a high prevalence, researchers ar

2008/10/15 Heart Rhythm Abnormalities Linked to Insomnia in Breast Cancer
Sleep disruptions in women with advanced breast cancer are accompanied by alterations in heart rhythm and cortisol release patterns, researchers here said. Respiratory sinus arrhythmia -- the normal increase in heart rate during inspiration relative to expiration -- was significantly diminished i

2008/10/08 Nexavar® May Overcome Resistance to Arimidex® in Breast Cancer
The addition of Nexavar® (sorafenib) to Arimidex® (anastrozole) helps restore sensitivity to Arimidex among women with breast cancer. These results were recently presented at the 2008 annual American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) breast cancer symposium. The majority of breast cancers are hor

2008/10/04 Pink Ribbon Gala a Great Success
Ambassador and Mrs. Culbertson at the Pink Ribbon Gala. Photo: American Women's Club   The American Women’s Club hosted the 6th Annual Pink Ribbon Gala in Sociëteit  “De Witte” in The Hague. The Mistress of Ceremonies was Hague-born Ms. Frederique van der Wal. The slogan for the ev

2008/10/01 Hormone Therapy May Not Increase Risk of Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women with a BRCA1 Mutation
According to the results of a recent study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, hormone therapy for postmenopausal women with a BRCA1 mutation does not appear to increase the risk of breast cancer.1 Inherited mutations in two genes—BRCA1 and BRCA2—have been found to greatly

2008/10/01 Computer-Aided Mammography Matches Accuracy of Double Reading
ABERDEEN, Scotland, Oct. 1 (MedPage Today) -- Computer-aided detection systems make single-reader mammography reading a reliable alternative to double reading, investigators here concluded. In a large, randomized screening trial, single reading with computer-aided interpretation missed just one can

2008/09/30 Study links birth size and breast cancer
LONDON (Reuters), 09/30/2008 - Women who were bigger and longer babies may be more likely to develop breast cancer, researchers reported on Tuesday. The study adds to evidence that, at least in some cases, something that happens in the womb may cause cancer later in life. Previous research int

2008/09/29 Poor mood persists for breast cancer patients
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) 09/29/2008 - Breast cancer survivors report feeling more fatigue and negative emotions in a typical day than their cancer-free peers, but round-the-clock monitoring demonstrates that their vital signs and level activity are no different, according to an international study.

2008/09/26 Omega-6 fatty acid intake tied to breast cancer
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) 09/26/2008 - Substances called heterocyclic amines (HAs) found in cooked meat and fish don't appear to boost a woman's risk of developing breast cancer after menopause, Swedish researchers report. However, low intake of these substances combined with high consumption of

2008/09/23 Think pink: Designers help mark breast Cancer Awareness Month
Tuesday, September 23, 2008 It's that time again — time to think pink. While black and orange are the traditional autumn hues, pink has become a very important shade in October's color palette. That's because it's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Before you push aside all the pretty pink ribb

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