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Why MEN diagnosed with breast cancer are far more likely to die than women
Warning signs include having one side of the family with an unusually high number of relatives with breast, ovarian or prostate cancer, especially if these cancers occurred at a younger age than normal (under 50 for breast cancer), or any incidence of ... [...]
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Younger women who opt out of mastectomy after breast cancer more likely to die …
It also doubled the likelihood of the cancer spreading. And these women saw their risk of dying from cancer up 60 per cent, while their chances of dying young were up 70 per cent. British experts said breast cancer treatment has moved on with women now ... [...]
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Low-dose of aspirin is likely to increase survival chances in cancer patients
"Our review, based on the available evidence, suggests that low-dose aspirin taken by patients with bowel, breast or prostate cancer, in addition to other treatments, is associated with a reduction in deaths of about 15-20 percent, together with a ... [...]
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'Ecologically diverse' breast cancers more likely to be deadly Institute of …
The study is published in the journal PLoS Medicine today (Tuesday), and was funded by The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) itself, Breast Cancer Now, the Wellcome Trust and Cancer Research UK. Researchers combined software taken ... By analysing ... [...]
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'Ecologically diverse' breast cancers more likely to be deadly
By analysing images of the environment around a tumour based on Darwinian natural selection principles, we can predict survival in some breast cancer types even more effectively than many of the measures used now in the clinic. "In the future, we hope ... [...]
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Prostate cancer survivors more likely to die of other diseases
Cardiovascular disease is already the top killer of men in the United States, which researchers said should make it a bigger concern anyway, regardless of treatment for prostate cancer. ADT reduces serum testosterone levels, which can slow or stop ... [...]
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Women Who Survive Breast or Thyroid Cancer Are More Likely to Develop the …
Treatment effect. Most early-stage breast cancers are treated with surgery, followed by radiation therapy. Previous studies have suggested that exposure to radiation affects the risk of certain cancers, including lung, esophageal, and blood cancers ... [...]
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Older men with higher levels of free testosterone more likely to develop …
Australian researchers spent a decade exploring the testosterone-prostate cancer connection by comparing natural testosterone levels of men in their 70s and 80s, those with prostate cancer and without. "Men with late-onset prostate cancer had higher ... [...]
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Men with high oestrogen more likely to develop breast cancer
Men with naturally high levels of the female hormone oestrogen are at greater risk of male breast cancer, a study has found. ... The symptoms of breast cancer and the way it is diagnosed and treated are very similar in both men and women. For men, age ... [...]
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