Scientists report findings of how triple negative breast cancer cells are able to bypass treatment with trametinib, a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved drug that belongs to a class of commonly used anti-cancer drugs called kinase inhibitors. Show More Summary
Study finds higher death rate among breast cancer patients who ate a lot of those foods.
In the journal Cancer Discovery, UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers and colleagues report findings of how triple negative breast cancer cells are able to bypass treatment with trametinib, a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved drug that belongs to a class of commonly used anti-cancer drugs called kinase inhibitors. Show More Summary
(Georgia State University) Administering chemotherapy to African-American breast cancer patients prior to surgery could improve their prognosis and survival rates from the disease, according to a new study.
(Reuters Health) - Women who eat a lot of grilled, smoked and barbecued meats and develop breast cancer may be more likely to die from their cancer than those who eat less of these foods, a U.S. study suggests.
Investigators have identified a protein that may play an essential role in maintaining a population of tumor-initiating cells -- treatment-resistant cells responsible for cancer recurrence and metastasis -- in breast cancer, as well as a compound that appears to reduce the molecule's ability to protect TICs from the effects of chemotherapy.
More than 200 scientists have signed up to a tissue-sharing database designed to reduce the number of animals needed for biomedical research.
One in eight U.S. women will develop breast cancer over the course of her lifetime, according to BreastCancer.org. While that statistic is troubling, it is important to note that current treatment options for the disease can have a very high success rate -- so long as it is diagnosed in its early stages. Show More Summary
A new study has focused on the effects of exercise and physical activity on postmenopausal breast cancer survivors taking AIs -- hormone-therapy drugs that stop the production of estrogen. The work concludes that a combination of resistance...Show More Summary
(Syracuse University) Gwendolyn Thomas, assistant professor of exercise science, is the co-author of a groundbreaking article in the Obesity Journal (The Obesity Society, 2017) about the effects of exercise and physical activity on postmenopausal breast cancer survivors taking AIs -- hormone-therapy drugs that stop the production of estrogen. Show More Summary
For Glamour, by Jessica Militare. Breast cancer is incredibly common in America: One in eight U.S. women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. With those scary facts, it’s so important to get to know your own body, your...Show More Summary
An international group of scientists has created a new approach to the diagnostics of breast cancer with the help of nanoparticles of porous silicone.
Olivia Newton-John is opening up about what she learned from her battle with breast cancer. As you may know, the Grease star was diagnosed with cancer in 1992 at the age of 44 (the same weekend her father passed away), and was later treated with chemotherapy and a mastectomy. Since, the singer has dedicated her life to [...]
I first met her in the urgent care at the cancer center when I was on call one night. She was beautiful: 53 years old, four adult sons, and in incredible pain. She had stage 4 breast cancer, and unbeknownst to her, she had a metastatic lesion in her femoral neck, which she had fractured […]
(Massachusetts General Hospital) Massachusetts General Hospital investigators have identified a protein that may play an essential role in maintaining a population of tumor-initiating cells -- treatment-resistant cells responsible for...Show More Summary
LONDON — We might be familiar with the signs of breast cancer, but when it comes to identifying visual symptoms in our own breasts, it's not quite so easy. SEE ALSO: A breast cancer survivor is using stunning body art to reclaim her...Show More Summary
I never wouldve known I had breast cancer unless I went to Planned Parenthood last year. Now, Republicans want to shut down an organization that saved my life.
Paris Jackson, the 18-year-old daughter of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson, has been by her mother’s side during her battle with breast cancer. Debbie Rowe, who was married to Michael Jackson from 1996 to 1999, had two children with Michael, 19-year-old Prince Michael and Paris, now 18-years-old. Show More Summary
The strange connection has saved lives, many women explain on social media.
You’ve probably heard that you should see a doctor if you notice any changes in your breasts, since lumps and other anomalies can be signs of breast cancer. But do you even know what changes you’re looking for? Let these lemons explain. Read more...