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More people getting cancer since 2010
This was seen almost across the board for all ethnicities, age bands and stages of the disease. The next most common cancer is breast cancer, which accounts for almost one in three cancers in women. In the five years from 2010 to 2014, a total of 9,274 ... [...]
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Breast Cancer Equally Common Now Among Blacks, Whites
That means that by 2012, overall breast cancer rates among blacks and whites converged. In fact, the researchers said, rates for black women now exceed those of whites in seven states: Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma and ... [...]
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What you need to know about sepsis
Symptoms include difficulty breathing, rapid heart rate, low blood pressure, hypothermia, sore throats and flu-like symptoms. Some sufferers also noted a change in behaviour, such as confusion, drowsiness or slurring words, which can make the patient ... [...]
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New life-saving BRA can detect BREAST CANCER
... be supportive for women but also life saving. The team have developed a prototype for a bra that can detect breast cancer. ... seek early treatment for breast cancer. Detecting symptoms many women may not notice, this bra could save thousands of lives. [...]
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New agent overcomes drug resistance in HER2-positive breast cancer …
“This result is particularly exciting as it leads us to speculate the CDK4/6 inhibitors might not only help patients with metastatic breast cancer, but could potentially help in earlier stages of the disease where we aim to prevent recurrence of cancer ... [...]
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Mammograms: Facts on 'False Positives'
A study recently released by the American Association for Cancer Research reported that women who have a history of false positive screening mammograms, or biopsies that were negative (no cancer was found) are at an increased risk of getting breast ... [...]
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Breast Cancer Patient Shares Candid Photo Of The Tiny Dimples Which Alerted …
She wrote: "I am sharing this because I hope I can make people aware that breast cancer is not always a detectable lump. Please go ... "I have a few other symptoms that I wouldn't have known about without seeing your photo and reading up on it. "I've ... [...]
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Woman diagnosed with breast cancer at 25 urges others to get checked
Breast cancer also didn't run rampant in her family -- her grandmother had been diagnosed with it, but not until well into her 80s. “There were no real symptoms, there was just the lump under my armpit in the breast area,” Cooper, now 26, told FoxNews.com. [...]
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The Mammogram Debate: Five Important Things You Should Know
That's why, in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I sat down with breast cancer expert Dr. Elisa Port in a special edition of "Mondays With Marlo" to sort through all the facts. Dr. Port -- the director of the Dubin Breast Center at ... [...]
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Study Could Provide Breast Cancer Breakthrough
The drug combination has not been approved to be used in the early stages of HER2 positive breast cancer patients in the U.S. However, Dr. Reddy said treatment with Herceptin alone returns really good results. But he expects the U.S. to be on-board ... [...]
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Viral Photo Is a Reminder That Lumps Aren't the Only Breast Cancer Symptom to …
Most women know to alert their doctor if they notice a lump on their breast. But a viral photo shared by an Australian woman is a sobering reminder that there are other breast cancer symptoms to look out for as well. “I felt no lump. The GP felt no ... [...]
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The Breast Cancer Sign You're Probably Not Aware Of (but Should Be)
To look for skin dimpling, and other breast cancer symptoms, DiNome recommends doing a regular self-breast exam in the mirror. Start with your arms at your sides and then raise them, watching your breasts to see if they're moving the same way. Lift ... [...]
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Readers sound off on breast cancer, school discipline and Airbnb
Massapequa, L.I.: I'm a 36-year-old breast cancer survivor, and I commend Dr. Marc Siegel and his stance on the American Cancer Society's new suggested age criteria for mammograms for patients at “normal risk of breast cancer” (“Obamacare makes a ... [...]
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No lump? Breast cancer may still just sneak in
For a vast majority of women, the first sign of breast cancer is the discovery of a lump. The next most logical step is a mammogram. However, 5 per cent of all cancers detected at late stages comprise women who are suffering from stage III or stage IV ... [...]
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Don't miss cancer warning signs
Statistics show that the likelihood of surviving breast cancer is five times higher if detected at an early stage compared to a late stage, 14 times higher for bowel cancer and 20 times higher for lung cancer. The 'Don't Get Scared, Get Checked' call ... [...]
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PTSD common after breast cancer diagnosis
Most women who are diagnosed with breast cancer go on to develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a new study has found. PTSD is an anxiety disorder that can occur after experiencing an intensely stressful event in which grave ... [...]
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