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Stem-cell-based therapy promising for treatment of breast cancer metastases in the brain

Researchers have developed an imageable mouse model of brain-metastatic breast cancer and shown the potential of a stem-cell-based therapy to eliminate metastatic cells from the brain and prolong survival. read more

Personalized Cancer Treatment, Driven by a Blood Filter the Size of a Credit Card

We were wrong about cancer. Calling an illness “prostate cancer” or “breast cancer” doesn’t get to the core of the problem. That classification system—using organs and parts of bodies—is far too broad. Even categorizing cancers based...Show More Summary

Amber Marchese Breast Cancer Returns

It has been a tough week for Amber Marchese and her family.  The Real Housewives of New Jersey star is facing a second battle with breast cancer! Amber went in earlier this week to have a lump removed from her breast and biopsied.  Jim revealed to TMZ today that they received the terrible news from […] The post Amber Marchese Breast Cancer Returns appeared first on Reality Tea.

Medical News Today: Ovary removal linked with 62% reduction in BRCA1-related breast cancer deaths

The benefits of oophorectomy, the procedure to remove the ovaries, are confirmed in a new study published in JAMA Oncology that examines survival among breast cancer patients.

'Real Housewives of New Jersey' Amber Marchese's breast cancer returns

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Amber Marchese is battling breast cancer for the second time.Marchese confirmed the news via Twitter (April 20), revealing she was undergoing surgery that day to remove a cancerous tumor. "I originally wanted to keep my current situation a private matter," she says in the post. Show More Summary

Shocking Diagnosis! ‘RHONJ’ Star Amber Marchese Reveals She Is Battling Cancer Again

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Amber Marchese revealed a shocking and heartbreaking secret Friday: Her breast cancer has returned. “This Is a shock to our team! [sic]” The… READ ON

American College of Pediatricians Confirms Abortion-Breast Cancer Link: “Not Merely Correlational”

Breast cancer. Two of the scariest words a woman can hear. You’d think people who claim to advocate for women would do everything possible to educate them about their risks. You’d think they’d offer all the information and all the research. But the abortion industry has a vested interest in making sure women don’t hear […]

RHONJ's Amber Marchese ... My Breast Cancer Has Returned

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Amber Marchese is battling cancer for the second time. Amber's husband tell TMZ, the reality star had surgery earlier this week to remove a lump she found a few weeks ago. Tests revealed the lump was cancerous.…

18F-PET/CT not useful in staging newly diagnosed stage III invasive lobular breast cancer

Although National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines consider 18F-PET/CT (FDG PET/CT) appropriate for systemic staging of newly diagnosed stage III breast cancer, the technique may not be equally valuable for all breast cancer histologies. Show More Summary

Breakthrough for treatments of HER2+ breast cancer

Ahmad M. Khalil, PhD, knew the odds were against him -- as in thousands upon thousands to one. Yet he and his team never wavered from their quest to identify the parts of the body responsible for revving up one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer, HER2+. Show More Summary

Breakthrough Provides New Hope for More Effective Treatments for Patients with HER2 + Breast Cancer

Ahmad M. Khalil, PhD, and his team identified parts of the body that rev up one of the most aggressive forms of breast cancer, HER2+. Their findings appear this month in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment about the 38 genes and molecules that most likely trigger HER2+ cancer cells to spread.

This Woman's Heart-Wrenching Birth Story Is Nothing Short of a Miracle

The emotions that come with childbirth can be hard to contain as it is, but when your pregnancy is mired with the realization that you have Stage 3 breast cancer, it's hard to imagine the feelings you'd have when you finally get to meet your baby, after months of chemotherapy treatments and a mastectomy. Show More Summary

Removing Ovaries During Breast Cancer Could Save Lives, New Research Says

3 days agoHealth : Healthland

For women with the BRCA1 mutation and breast cancer, a new study finds potential benefits from removing ovaries

I Still Recommend Screening Mammograms Annually Starting at Age 40

Recently, the United States Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued guidelines recommending that women start screening mammograms for breast cancer detection at age 50, and that these screening exams should be performed every two years for women aged 50 to 74 years old. Show More Summary

Insurance coverage for mammograms jeopardized by new guidelines, congresswoman and breast cancer survivor says

3 days agoHealth : The Checkup

Earlier this week, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), an independent group of doctors and health-care experts, issued draft recommendations on mammography for women at various ages. Their recommendations could lead toShow More Summary

Medical News Today: Coffee 'could halve breast cancer recurrence' in tamoxifen-treated patients

Consuming at least two cups of coffee a day could halve the risk of recurrence in patients diagnosed with breast cancer who are treated with tamoxifen, according to a new study.

USPSTF Draft Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines Don't Go Far Enough

The new United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) draft recommendations on screening for breast cancer released on April 20, 2015 maintain the status quo at a time when the fundamental philosophy of "early detection" through...Show More Summary

Anchor Says She’s Winning Breast Cancer Battle

WRGT morning news anchor Meghan Mongillo was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. After being off air while undergoing treatment, she opened up to viewers on the station’s website about her absence by saying, “I’m battling breast cancer...Show More Summary

Removal Of Ovaries Associated With Lower Risk Of Dying Of Breast Cancer In Women With BRCA1 Mutation

According to results of a new study, women diagnosed with breast cancer who carry a BRCA1 gene mutation, removal of the ovaries--a procedure known as an oophorectomy— reduced the chance of dying from breast cancer by 62 percent. The study was published online April 23 in JAMA Oncology. Those women who carry [...]

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