Nearly two years after her breast cancer diagnosis back in March of 2015, Shannen Doherty has completed her chemotherapy and radiation treatment! Taking to Instagram to announce the exciting news on Friday, the "exhausted" 45-year-old...Show More Summary
26-year-old Sarah Boyle says she knew something was wrong when her son 6-month-old son, Teddy, became extremely fussy whenever she tried to breastfeed him from her right breast. "He became very unhappy and even hit out," she told the BBC. Show More Summary
Eve Hars, undergoing chemotherapy for Stage 3 breast cancer, was facing eviction. A developer had purchased her rent-controlled Echo Park bungalow to level it and build new housing. Hars recounted her story in a recent campaign ad paid for by supporters of Measure S, the March 7 ballot measure...
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Today in Entertainment: Rihanna named Harvard Humanitarian of the Year; Sinéad O'Connor apologizes to Arsenio Hall for Prince comments Feb. 23, 2017, 9:55 a.m. With the Oscars around the corner and much of Hollywood still focused on the twists and turns of the presidency of Donald Trump, here's...
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(Johns Hopkins Medicine) Working with human breast cancer cells and mice, researchers at Johns Hopkins say they have identified a biochemical pathway that triggers the regrowth of breast cancer stem cells after chemotherapy.
(Reuters Health) - Several lifestyle changes can improve outcomes after a breast cancer diagnosis, but exercise is far and away the best habit to establish, researchers say.
Patients with breast cancer can incorporate a variety of lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence, a new review suggests.
Effective treatment options for breast cancer can be predicted based on the way certain breast cancer genes act or express themselves, a researcher has concluded.
(Canadian Medical Association Journal) For patients with breast cancer, physical activity and avoiding weight gain are the most important lifestyle choices that can reduce the risk of cancer recurrence and death, according to an evidence-based review published in CMAJ.
A quarter of women with breast cancer will die from cancer spreading around the body – exercise is the most important lifestyle factor in preventing this
For patients with breast cancer, physical activity and avoiding weight gain are the most important lifestyle choices that can reduce the risk of cancer recurrence and death, according to an evidence-based review.
A Michigan State University breast cancer researcher has shown that effective treatment options can be predicted based on the way certain breast cancer genes act or express themselves.
Every mastectomy scar is unique. The way it feels and looks depends on the woman who is wearing it, and what her body endured before and after the removal of one or both breasts. SEE ALSO: Breast cancer survivor gets tattoo over scars,...Show More Summary