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“Luckily, medicine is a practice that ignores the requirements of science in favor of patient care.”

Javier Benitez writes: This is a paragraph from Kathryn Montgomery’s book, How Doctors Think: If medicine were practiced as if it were a science, even a probabilistic science, my daughter’s breast cancer might never have been diagnosed in time. Show More Summary

Chris Martin Pays Tribute to George Michael at Charity Event (Video)

Chris Martin to the rescue! The 39-year-old Coldplay frontman made a last minute appearance at a Women’s Cancer Research Fund/Breast Cancer Research Foundation event after another singer pulled out of the event, Page Six reports. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Chris Martin Inside the event, Chris performed hits from David Bowie, Prince, and [...]

Looking beyond cancer cells to understand what makes breast cancer spread

A new study identifies a protein in that micro-environment that promotes the spread of breast cancer cells. It's part of a well-known family of receptors for which promising inhibitors are being developed.

Cooling caps help women keep hair during breast cancer chemo

2 days agoHealth : The Checkup

Studies show that chilling the scalp may ameliorate one side effect of cancer treatment.

Breast cancer strikes men, too: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Though it’s thought of as a disease that strikes women, men also battle breast cancer. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Kathryn Ruddy explains who’s most at risk and what symptoms to watch for with breast cancer in men. To listen, click the link below. Breast Cancer Strikes Men Too

Homeopathy for breast cancer surgery? Isn’t it bad enough that the patient has cancer and needs a mastectomy?

I like to refer to homeopathy as The One Quackery To Rule Them All, so much so that I almost always call it that within the first two paragraphs of any post I write about some tasty bit of homeopathy pseudoscience. It’s also a wonderful tool for teaching critical thinking because it’s easy to explain…

Lawsuit: Tiffany Pushed Out Worker With Cancer Mutation

A former employee of Tiffany & Co. says the jewelry maker pushed her out after she had her breasts and ovaries removed to avoid getting cancer. Lisa O'Rourke alleges in a federal lawsuit that the company discriminated against her because she carries a gene mutation that put her at high...

These Fashion Week Models Show What Breast Cancer Really Looks Like

Post by Maressa Brown. During New York Fashion Week, the stars and fashionistas come out to gawk over a bevy of new styles from many of the world's most lauded designers. But this past Sunday, one show focused on more than just couture. Show More Summary

More patients with early-stage breast cancer may be able to avoid chemotherapy in the future

Women with early-stage breast cancer who had an intermediate risk recurrence score (RS) from a 21-gene expression assay had similar outcomes, regardless of whether they received chemotherapy, a new study has found.

Looking Beyond Cancer Cells to Understand What Makes Breast Cancer Spread

A new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center identifies a protein in that microenvironment that promotes the spread of breast cancer cells. It's part of a well-known family of receptors for which promising inhibitors are being developed.

Looking beyond cancer cells to understand what makes breast cancer spread

(Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan) A new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center identifies a protein in that microenvironment that promotes the spread of breast cancer cells. It's part of a well-known family of receptors for which promising inhibitors are being developed.

Radiotherapy for invasive breast cancer increases the risk of second primary lung cancer

(International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer) East Asian female breast cancer patients receiving radiotherapy have a higher risk of developing second primary lung cancer.

More Patients with Early-Stage Breast Cancer May Be Able to Avoid Chemotherapy in the Future

Women with early-stage breast cancer who had an intermediate risk recurrence score (RS) from a 21-gene expression assay had similar outcomes, regardless of whether they received chemotherapy, a new study from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer finds.

Strangers' serendipitous tattoo discovery launches a search for love

Sometimes the planets really do align. Like in the case of this New Zealander, who just so happened to run into a girl with nearly the same tattoos as him at a café while waiting for his coffee. SEE ALSO: Breast cancer survivor getsShow More Summary

More patients with early-stage breast cancer may be able to avoid chemotherapy in the future

(University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center) Women with early-stage breast cancer who had an intermediate risk recurrence score (RS) from a 21-gene expression assay had similar outcomes, regardless of whether they received chemotherapy, a new study from The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer finds.

Breast Cancer Survivors Proudly Bared Their Scars on the Runway at AnaOno's NYFW Show, and It Was Beautiful

Sixteen breast cancer survivors and patients walked down the runway for the AnaOno Intimates X #Cancerland show.

Scalp cooling can help some breast cancer patients retain hair

(Weill Cornell Medicine) Scalp cooling can lessen some chemotherapy-induced hair loss -- one of the most devastating hallmarks of cancer -- in certain breast cancer patients, according to a new multicenter study from UC San Francisco, Weill Cornell Medicine and three other medical centers.

'Cooling caps' may halt chemo-linked hair loss

Scalp cooling caps can help breast cancer patients save their hair from the ravages of chemotherapy, a pair of new studies suggests. More than half of women fitted with cooling caps kept their hair during chemotherapy in the world's first randomized clinical trial of the devices, said lead researcher...

Europe ready to embrace first copies of biotech cancer drugs

LONDON (Reuters) - Treatment with two important cancer drugs is about to get much cheaper in Europe with a cut-price copy of Roche's blood cancer drug Rituxan likely to hit the market imminently followed by a rival to its breast cancer medicine Herceptin.

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