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Study: Night shifts do not increase breast cancer risk
Night shift work does not increase the risk of breast cancer, found a UK study covering analysis of 102,869 women over 10 years.
Scientists may have found a way to tell if breast cancer will return
The genetic and molecular makeup of breast tumors holds clues to how a woman’s disease could progress, including the likelihood of it coming back after treatment, and in what time frame, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published this week in the journal Nature.
New breast cancer gene tests don't faze women
Women with breast cancer who get newer genetic tests to estimate their risk of recurrence may not be any more anxious about their test results than their peers who get older tests that focus on fewer genes, a recent study suggested.
GPs could use breast cancer 'calculator' to predict risk to women
Women may be able to go to their general practitioner (GP) to find out their risk of getting breast cancer and choose whether or not to be screened, if a new online calculator devised by British scientists is successful.
Women with false-positive mammography results more likely to get breast cancer
Women who experience a ‘false positive’ result after a mammogram are twice as likely to end up developing cancer as those who get a negative result, research suggested.
Breast cancer treatment adherence rates vary by race
Black women are more likely than white women to skip important hormonal breast cancer treatments, new research indicated.
Breast cancer screening guidelines may miss minorities
Breast cancer screening guidelines are based mainly on scientific data from white women, and that bias could cause delayed detection of the disease in minorities, researchers reported.
Friends' breast cancer affects women's choices of care: Study
Women who've had a friend or relative die of breast cancer say they're likely to opt for aggressive prevention measures if they develop the cancer, according to new research.
Breast cancer treatment can be tough on the heart
Certain breast cancer treatments may take a toll on the heart, but women can take steps to minimize the risks, according to a new report from the American Heart Association (AHA).
New marker could detect fatal breast cancer up to one year earlier than current methods
A new marker that could be used to diagnose fatal breast cancer up to one year ahead of current methods has been described in a study published in the open access journal Genome Medicine.
Hair dyes could raise risk of breast cancer
Women who frequently dye their hair may be at greater risk of contracting breast cancer, a new study found.
Breast surgeons exert enormous influence on patients’ choices'
Breast cancer surgeons play a big role in deciding whether women with early-stage breast cancer undergo a controversial operation to have both breasts removed, even when cancer is found in only one, a new study found.
Breast milk compound can help cure cancer
The life-nurturing health benefits of breast milk are often attested.
Baby aspirin may reduce breast cancer risk
Millions of people take a low-dose aspirin daily in hopes of reducing their chances of having a heart attack.

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