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New breast cancer drug found to boost survival rates by 30%
A new form of drug drastically improves survival rates of young women with the most common form of breast cancer, researchers said, citing the results of an international clinical trial.
British charity: Scan younger women at breast cancer risk
Younger women with a family history of breast cancer should receive annual screenings to pick up the disease earlier, a British charity said.
Delivering a baby increases,  then lowers risk of breast cancer
Having a baby temporarily increases the risk of breast cancer by about 80 percent compared to the risk in women who have never given birth, researchers behind a new study have concluded.
Smartphone technology can spot breast cancer tumors
The same smartphone technology that can recognize a user's face and voice can now identify breast cancer tumors, a recent study said.
Male breast cancer: What are the signs and how to check?
Breast cancer is more commonly associated with women than with men, affecting approximately one in eight women in their lifetimes.
They were thought to be 'too young' for breast cancer. They were wrong
Melissa Rojas was a week away from her one-year wedding anniversary when she learned she had breast cancer. The 28-year-old nurse had no family history of the disease.
Processed meat consumption can increase risk of breast cancer
You may want to lay off on sausages, bacon and burgers as a new study shows that processed meat is linked to higher risk of breast cancer.
Breast cancer, 10 new cancer risk genes identified. To help early diagnosis
There are many genetic causes of cancer. While some mutations are inherited from parents, others are acquired all throughout life due to external factors or due to mistakes in copying DNA.
Consuming soy, broccoli, kale may help cut side effects of breast cancer treatment
The findings, led by researchers from Georgetown University, showed that intake of cruciferous vegetables and soy foods were associated with fewer reports of menopausal symptoms.
Breast cancer breakthrough: This finding could stop disease spreading, save lives
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the UK.
Pregnancy after breast cancer doesn’t raise recurrence risk, finds study
Women who have had breast cancer often avoid having a baby due to fears that high production of hormones during pregnancy may cause latent cancer cells to start growing. New research finds this may not be the case.
Eating strawberries daily can help prevent and even cure breast cancer
Include strawberries in your diet daily to stay healthy, as a study finds that eating 15% strawberries along with fruits and vegetables every day for five weeks may help in preventing and curing breast cancer.
Mind-body therapies can provide supportive care to breast cancer patients
The Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO) has published updated clinical guidelines encompassing the benefits of mind-body therapies, such as meditation and yoga, during and after breast cancer treatment.
Study points toward personalized treatment for breast cancer
Personalized treatment for breast cancer patients could become commonplace, as scientists reveal that they have compiled the most detailed picture yet of which genetic mutations are involved in the disease.
Nano-drug useful in treating breast cancer
Researchers at Islamic Azad University, Damghan Branch, have developed a bio-adaptive polymers modified with iron nanoparticles which would help treat breast cancer with the least damage to unaffected tissues.

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