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Celebrity news stories may shape women's breast cancer choices
The tone of news stories about celebrity breast cancer treatments may be influencing women's decisions about their own therapy, researchers suggest. When they looked at news stories from 1992 to 2014 about celebrities with breast cancer, they found ... [...]
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Breast Cancer Gene Might Lower Women's Fertility: Study
The BRCA1 gene mutation, which raises the risk of breast cancer by 80 percent, may be linked to having fewer eggs in the ovaries as a woman ages, the Australian investigators said. But a cause-and-effect relationship was not proven. "Although BRCA1 is ... [...]
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Health department offers women's programs
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers diagnosed in women worldwide. In the state of North Carolina, it is estimated that 23 deaths per 100,000 women occurred in 2014 due to breast cancer. Unfortunately, breast cancer deaths are 41 percent ... [...]
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Amber Marchese's Blog: Why Hearing Two Women's 'Difficult and Emotional …
After surviving breast cancer in 2009, she discovered a lump, which turned out to be cancerous, in her right breast in April. Marchese will share updates on her treatment and how she is coping with this second round of the deadly disease with prayer, ... [...]
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Women's Health: What happens after treatment for breast cancer?
I have noticed that while we are mostly concerned with diagnosis and treatment in medical discussions regarding breast cancer, not much interest is placed on what happens after treatment. For many women, breast cancer treatment will remove or destroy ... [...]
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Cancer Prevention Tips From the Women's Health Summit
Barbara Boxer and comedienne Rosie O'Donnell for their lifetime efforts on behalf of women's health, and by the City of Los Angeles to Fran Drescher for her work on cancer early detection and prevention. ... but more fish and poultry), exercise ... [...]
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