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Gene variations responsible for breast cancer may increase heart risk
Date: 2011-12-20 16:49:36
Many women who have received positive blood tests for breast cancer may also be at risk for developing heart complications, according to a new study published in the journals Nature Communications and the Journal of Biological Chemistry.... Full Story

Many positive breast cancer tests reveal low-risk tumors
Date: 2011-12-19 17:09:56
A team of researchers is recommending that physicians follow up positive mammography results with more specific blood tests, as mammography often catches smaller, less aggressive tumors in the breast.... Full Story

Researchers find why many breast cancer patients quit medications
Date: 2011-12-13 16:48:48
Following lab testing that indicates the presence of breast cancer, many women are prescribed medications known as aromatase inhibitors. However, these drugs can have very powerful side effects that may prevent patients from following through on their treatment as prescribed by their doctor, according to a new study.... Full Story

Breast cancer patients often go through many imaging visits
Date: 2011-12-12 16:51:14
Following an initial positive lab test for breast cancer, women often undergo a high number of imaging procedures, according to a new study out of the Fox Chase Cancer Center. The findings could have important implications for the health of the patient and the overall cost of treating the condition.... Full Story

Breast cancer drug may disrupt cholesterol levels
Date: 2011-12-09 16:40:32
Women who take a common drug to prevent a recurrence of breast cancer may benefit from talking to their doctor about cholesterol testing, as a new study has found that the medication may significantly lower levels of beneficial HDL cholesterol.... Full Story

Low-carb diet may reduce breast cancer risk factors
Date: 2011-12-09 16:39:25
A low-carb diet may help women lose excess weight and improve blood tests for insulin levels, says a new study from a team of British researchers. The team believes that these benefits could reduce a woman's risk of developing breast cancer.... Full Story

New study tests possibly more effective breast cancer drug
Date: 2011-12-07 16:50:34
Women who have received blood test and mammogram results indicating they have breast cancer may soon have a much more effective treatment option for their condition following the release of results from a new clinical study.... Full Story

New study finds women in their 40s should be tested for breast cancer
Date: 2011-12-01 16:09:05
Lab testing has become a controversial topic within the field of breast cancer. The U.S. government has said that mammograms may do more harm than good in women with few risk factors, but a new study is questioning the wisdom of this policy.... Full Story

Canadian agency releases new breast cancer testing guidelines
Date: 2011-11-21 16:38:28
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force received a great deal of heat in 2010 when it recommended against regular breast cancer testing for women with an average risk. Now, those guidelines have been affirmed by a group of Canadian experts.... Full Story

Researchers uncover secrets of drug-resistant breast cancer
Date: 2011-11-14 16:30:20
Many women who receive positive breast cancer tests are advised to begin taking the drug tamoxifen. It shuts down receptors in cancerous cells that fuel growth, which prevents tumors from returning after surgery. Yet, some individuals are resistant to the effects of the drug.... Full Story

New study links low rates of physical activity to higher risk of breast cancer
Date: 2011-11-09 15:08:28
For women who have received positive breast cancer tests, getting plenty of physical activity may be one of the most important factors that enables them to recover from the condition. Numerous studies have shown that exercise is key to limiting the risk of cancer recurrence.... Full Story

Depression may contribute to poorer breast cancer treatment outcomes
Date: 2011-11-03 15:49:39
Following a positive breast cancer test, many women end up developing depression. The condition can put a significant amount of mental strain on a person, predisposing them to mood problems. However, a new study indicates that this may interfere with their cancer treatment.... Full Story

Moderate drinking may be tied to breast cancer risk, study finds
Date: 2011-11-03 07:54:43
Relatively small amounts of alcohol consumption may be linked to an increased risk of receiving a positive breast cancer test, according to a new study from a team of Brigham and Women's Hospital researchers.... Full Story

New method developed to determine progression of breast cancer
Date: 2011-10-26 15:38:26
Following a positive breast cancer test, many women's top concern is whether or not the tumor will spread to other areas of the body. A team of researchers from the University of Utah may have developed a new method to accurately predict future risk.... Full Story

Higher hormone levels increase breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-10-24 16:04:19
Women who have higher levels of several hormones may have much higher risk of receiving positive breast cancer tests, according to a new study published in the journal Breast Cancer Research.... Full Story

Osteoporosis drug may benefit women being treated for breast cancer avoid weak bones
Date: 2011-10-11 15:59:22
Following a positive breast cancer test and successful surgery to remove the tumor, many women are forced to take medications known as aromatase inhibitors that have been shown to deplete bone density as a side effect. However, new research shows that common drugs used to treat osteoporosis may be an effective way to address the problem.... Full Story

Prenatal BPA exposure may increase women's risk of breast cancer
Date: 2011-10-07 15:56:33
Being exposed to higher levels of the chemical bisphenol A, or BPA, may increase a woman's risk receiving a positive breast cancer test later in life, according to a new study published in the journal Molecular Endocrinology.... Full Story

Researchers determine effective treatment for women with genetic risk factors for breast cancer
Date: 2011-10-06 15:44:07
Following a positive breast cancer test, women with a particular genetic mutation that puts them at risk for aggressive forms of the disease have better life expectancies when they are given a combination of chemotherapy and the medication herceptin, according to a new study.... Full Story

Low-income women have poor access to breast cancer testing
Date: 2011-10-04 16:18:19
Not enough low-income women have access to breast cancer testing, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society. The group calls for more resources to be directed toward this group to improve survival rates.... Full Story

Regular breast cancer testing may be key to detecting recurrence of the condition
Date: 2011-10-03 15:39:31
Regular breast cancer testing may help prevent many cases of cancer recurrence in survivors, according to a new study published in the journal Health Technology Assessment.... Full Story

Many individuals may be unaware of cancer risk factors
Date: 2011-09-28 08:45:10
High-fat diets and obesity are important risk factors for receiving a positive breast cancer test, but large sections of the public may be unaware of this, according to a new study published in the journal Clinical Oncology.... Full Story

Researchers determine how high levels of stress increase women's risk of breast cancer
Date: 2011-09-22 08:19:20
There is a good deal of anecdotal evidence suggesting that stressed out women are more likely to receive positive breast cancer tests. Now new research has identified a molecular pathway that may be responsible for this association.... Full Story

Researchers find stressed out women are more likely to have aggressive forms of breast cancer
Date: 2011-09-21 08:01:51
Women who experience high levels of stress may be more likely to receive a breast cancer test that indicates they have an aggressive form of the disease. Researchers from the University of Illinois found a strong link between anxiety and breast cancer severity.... Full Story

Immigrants to the U.S. are less likely to access breast cancer testing, study finds
Date: 2011-09-20 15:45:12
Overall breast cancer testing rates are up in the U.S., but new research suggests that women who have recently come to the country may be significantly less likely to get screened for the disease.... Full Story

Improvements in lab testing help doctors identify women at risk for breast cancer
Date: 2011-09-13 08:19:27
Lab testing has come a long way in recent years when it comes to detecting breast cancer. The condition was once generally diagnosed at a relatively advanced state, making it less treatable. However, thanks largely to a better understanding of genetic risk factors, it is now possible to identify women who are likely to develop the disease and to detect tumors earlier.... Full Story

Flaxseed shown to be ineffective for treating hot flashes in breast cancer patients
Date: 2011-09-08 16:14:14
Despite previous evidence suggesting flaxseed may reduce hot flashes among among women who have received positive breast cancer tests, a new study has found that the food may actually provide little to no benefit.... Full Story

Walnuts may reduce breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-09-06 08:11:19
In order to help women avoid positive breast cancer tests, a team of researchers out of Marshall University is recommending that individuals at risk for the condition get more walnuts into their diet.... Full Story

Researchers find some women with breast cancer may not need hormone therapy
Date: 2011-09-01 16:02:14
Following a positive breast cancer test, older women with certain forms of the disease may not need to undergo hormone therapy after their tumor has been eradicated, according to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.... Full Story

Smoking after menopause may increase breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-08-31 14:48:05
Women who continue smoking after menopause may be more likely to receive a positive breast cancer test, as new research suggests that tobacco use at this stage of life can lead to increased estrogen levels, a widely recognized risk factor for cancer.... Full Story

Researchers identify, block crucial breast cancer fuel source
Date: 2011-08-29 15:52:10
A team of researchers from the Georgia Health Sciences University has discovered a source of fuel used by breast cancer. The group reports that blocking this source results in the death of breast cancer cells.... Full Story

Researchers explain drawback of common class of breast cancer medications
Date: 2011-08-23 16:11:33
For women who have received positive breast cancer tests, estrogen-receptor-blocking medications have been shown to improve survival rates to a greater degree than aromatase inhibitors. But what makes one class of drugs more effective than the other?... Full Story

Study ties falling number of women receiving hormone therapy to declining mammogram rates
Date: 2011-08-22 16:02:47
Fewer women may be seeking breast cancer testing as a result of decline in the use of hormone therapy to treat symptoms of menopause, according to a new study published in the journal Cancer.... Full Story

Estrogen-receptor blocking drugs proven effective at preventing breast cancer recurrence
Date: 2011-08-19 15:42:40
Tamoxifen and other estrogen-receptor-blocking medications may offer the best treatment outcomes for women who have received positive breast cancer tests indicating the presence of certain kinds of tumors, according to a new study.... Full Story

New study explains higher prevalence of aggressive breast cancer in African Americans
Date: 2011-08-17 08:09:05
African American women are known to be more likely to receive breast cancer test indicating they have estrogen receptor (ER) negative breast cancer. However, up until now, no one was sure why the prevalence of this type of cancer, which is very difficult to treat and often has a poor prognosis, was higher among this population.... Full Story

Enzyme that triggers estrogen production may be involved in breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-08-15 07:50:56
Women who produce higher levels of the hormone aromatase may be more likely to receive positive breast cancer test results, according to a new study published in the journal Cancer Research.... Full Story

Many women at risk for breast cancer don’t fully understand the genetics behind the disease
Date: 2011-08-05 15:27:27
Regular breast cancer testing is among the most important ways to prevent the potentially deadly disease, but many women who are at the highest risk of developing tumors - those who have a history of cancer in their family - may not be fully aware of their risk.... Full Story

Leukemia drug may improve survivability of treatment-resistant breast cancers
Date: 2011-08-04 15:49:58
Following a positive breast cancer test, many women are prescribed the drug Tamoxifen. While this medication is effective in the majority of cases and is considered the primary weapon in the fight against breast cancer, it has little impact on the tumor of some women with the condition.... Full Story

Conference to explore ways of treating metastatic breast cancers
Date: 2011-08-03 15:34:05
Following a positive breast cancer test, the worst fear most women have is that the tumor will spread to other areas of the body. New research is trying to mitigate the threat of metastasis, even for women who have aggressive forms of breast cancer that are known to frequently spread.... Full Story

Computer-aided breast cancer testing fails to deliver strong results
Date: 2011-07-29 14:22:58
Computers have come to play a large role in interpreting breast cancer test results. Many facilities now use this technology to help spot potentially harmful growths in medical images. However, a new study has found that computer-aided breast cancer testing may not deliver better results than simply having a human review the images.... Full Story

Breast density tied to severity of cancer
Date: 2011-07-28 15:01:59
As part of breast cancer testing, doctors should examine the density of the tissue, as this may play a role in determining the type of cancer a woman develops, according to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.... Full Story

Many doctors ignore breast cancer testing and counseling guidelines
Date: 2011-07-26 15:21:30
Despite the fact that breast cancer testing can play a critical role in diagnosing the condition at a stage when it is still treatable, few doctors report appropriately offering testing and treatment options to their patients based on their individual risk factors, according to a new study published in the journal Cancer.... Full Story

PSA testing may be useful tool in fight against breast cancer
Date: 2011-07-14 15:24:09
The PSA test is one of the most common and effective ways for doctors to diagnose prostate cancer in their patients. But now a group of Chinese researchers believe the same procedure may become a useful tool in detecting breast cancer, as well.... Full Story

Expert reacts to study about importance of breast cancer testing
Date: 2011-07-12 15:00:56
Recently, a team of Swedish researchers found that early and frequent breast cancer testing cuts rates of the disease by up to 31 percent. Experts are saying that the findings of the study are now simply confirming what they have been saying about the importance of cancer testing for years.... Full Story

Health problems increase a woman’s risk of dying from breast cancer
Date: 2011-07-01 13:32:24
Older women with certain health problems who receive positive breast cancer tests may be more likely to die, according to a new study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.... Full Story

Breast cancer testing prevents deaths, long-term study finds
Date: 2011-06-28 15:35:37
Breast cancer testing has long been thought of as the most effective way for women to reduce their risk of dying from the disease and a new study from a team of British researchers has confirmed this belief.... Full Story

Many women do not receive appropriate breast cancer treatment
Date: 2011-06-27 15:50:38
A positive breast cancer test is not the death sentence it once was. There are now many treatments available for the condition that have driven survival rates considerably higher. However, many women with breast cancer never receive these therapies, according to a new study published in the journal Cancer.... Full Story

Researchers say chemical exposure may increase breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-06-23 15:26:08
Women who were exposed to certain chemical early on in their life may benefit from breast cancer testing, as new research suggests that this may harm breast development and increase the risk of tumors.... Full Story

Treating high-risk women with tamoxifen may reduce prevalence of breast cancer
Date: 2011-06-20 16:03:06
For women who are at an increased risk of developing breast cancer due to family history diet or health status, taking tamoxifen could significantly reduce their chances of receiving a positive breast cancer test, according to a new study published in the journal Cancer.... Full Story

Researchers hope to improve understanding of cellular signalling in breast cancer
Date: 2011-06-17 15:40:43
A new “road map” explaining why cells decide to react and develop in certain ways currently being put together by scientists at Georgetown University and Virginia Tech University may help researchers in the future create improved treatments that may make positive breast cancer tests a thing of the past.... Full Story

Obesity linked to breast cancer recurrence
Date: 2011-06-06 15:52:14
Women who are obese may be more likely to receive a positive breast cancer test, according to a new study presented at the Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society. A survey of nearly 4,000 breast cancer survivors showed that those who were overweight were significantly more likely to die from a recurrence of the condition.... Full Story

Higher co-pays associated with drop in medication adherence among breast cancer patients
Date: 2011-06-01 14:04:21
A positive breast cancer test can be devastating for a woman, but the good news is that, with the right medication, the condition can be treated successfully. However, a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology found that women with high co-payments for their cancer-fighting drugs are less likely to stick to prescribed treatments.... Full Story

Delay in treatment after breast cancer diagnosis not associated with poorer outcomes
Date: 2011-05-31 10:42:51
Following a positive breast cancer test, the first reaction of most women and the doctors treating them is to have the tumor removed immediately and start and radiation therapies that might be necessary. However, a study published in the Annals of Surgery suggests that a short delay in treatment may not increase the risk of cancer progression.... Full Story

Researchers uncover genetic link between obesity and breast cancer
Date: 2011-05-24 11:17:47
Obese women are known to be at a greater risk of receiving a positive breast cancer test, but the reasons for this association were not clear. Now, a new study from researchers at Northwestern Memorial Hospital shows that a common gene variation may be at the heart of the connection.... Full Story

Experts urge breast cancer testing during women's health week
Date: 2011-05-16 11:28:00
As part of National Women's Health Week, which is currently going on, health experts are urging more females to seek breast cancer testing and make their health a top priority in their lives.... Full Story

Coffee may reduce a woman's risk of breast cancer
Date: 2011-05-13 11:08:18
Drinking a warm cup of coffee each morning may do more for women than just wake them up. New research out of Sweden shows that it may also reduce their risk of receiving a positive breast cancer test.... Full Story

Estrogen-lowering drugs shown to shrink breast cancer tumors
Date: 2011-05-11 11:40:17
For women who receive positive breast cancer test results, estrogen-lowering medications may reduce their need for invasive mastectomies, according to a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.... Full Story

Anti-inflammatory arthritis drug may slow breast cancer growth
Date: 2011-05-06 11:20:29
A common anti-inflammatory medication may have benefits for women who have received positive breast cancer tests, according to a new study presented at IMPAKT Breast Cancer Conference in Brussels, Belgium.... Full Story

Infrequent breast cancer testing may lead to poorer outcomes, pair of studies finds
Date: 2011-05-03 11:23:06
Federal guidelines urging women between the ages of 40 and 49 to not seek breast cancer testing may be having a damaging impact on the health of these women, according to a pair of new studies.... Full Story

Air pollution tied to increased breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-04-21 16:08:41
Women who lived in areas with high levels of air pollution early in their lives or at the time of giving birth to their first child may be more likely to receive a positive breast cancer test later in life, according to a new investigation from University of Buffalo researchers.... Full Story

Radiation at time of lumpectomy can help more women complete treatment
Date: 2011-04-14 11:20:31
For women who receive positive breast cancer tests, there are many treatment options, all of which have unique drawbacks. Most patients would prefer to simply have the lump removed, saving their breast, but this approach could require several weeks of follow-up radiation treatment.... Full Story

False positives may cause anxiety in women
Date: 2011-04-13 11:48:12
Breast cancer testing is the most reliable way for women to find out if they have a tumor at an early stage when it is still treatable. However, it is not an exact science, and sometimes doctors may find abnormalities that never develop into cancer, a so-called false positive.... Full Story

Omega-3s may boost breast cancer treatment
Date: 2011-04-12 15:06:10
The drug tamoxifen is one of the most effective medications for women who have received positive breast cancer tests. However, it works better in some individuals than other. A new study from the Fox Chase Cancer Center shows that increasing one's consumption of omega-3 fatty acids may be one way for women to boost the effects of tamoxifen.... Full Story

Few women understand current breast cancer testing recommendations
Date: 2011-04-08 11:34:56
Recent recommendations from the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force for breast cancer testing caused more confusion among women than anything, according to a recent investigation published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine.... Full Story

Chronic fatigue in breast cancer patients may be a sign of nervous system complications
Date: 2011-04-08 11:30:34
Women who feel fatigued after receiving a positive breast cancer test may actually have a process started in their body that speeds up the aging process and makes them look and feel old, according to a new study published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology.... Full Story

Vitamin A may combat breast tumors
Date: 2011-04-06 14:48:20
Women who have received positive breast cancer tests may benefit from increasing the amount of vitamin A they get in their diet. A new study has shown that a derivative of the nutrient may control the growth of tumor cells and keep them from becoming an issue.... Full Story

Many women worry unnecessarily about breast cancer recurrence
Date: 2011-03-29 12:45:37
A positive breast cancer test can be a frightening thing for many women. Yet, even after the tumor has successfully been removed, many individuals continue to worry about a recurrence of the disease to a degree that is out of proportion to their actual risk, according to a new study from the University of Michigan.... Full Story

Obesity, lack of exercise increases risk of rare and deadly form of breast cancer
Date: 2011-03-08 12:49:14
Women who are obese and get little physical activity may benefit from more frequent breast cancer testing. A new study has confirmed the link between a rare and often deadly type of breast cancer and obesity.... Full Story

Cigarettes are found to increase breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-03-04 12:22:06
Women who smoke or have been exposed to secondhand smoke may benefit from regular breast cancer testing. A new study published in the British Medical Journal has found that cigarette smoke significantly increases an individual's risk of developing the condition.... Full Story

Breast cancer rates cease their decline
Date: 2011-03-01 13:38:59
Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, there was a sharp decline in the number of women who received positive breast cancer tests. However, the rate of disease now seems to be leveling off, according to a new study from the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute.... Full Story

Frequent breast cancer testing is vital for women with history of the disease
Date: 2011-02-23 12:50:58
Women who survive breast cancer are at a significantly higher risk of experiencing a recurrence of the disease. Now a new study has confirmed the benefits of frequent breast cancer testing for these women.... Full Story

Too many women are given surgical biopsies to check for breast cancer
Date: 2011-02-21 14:02:10
When women receive an abnormal breast cancer test result, they are often referred to have the potential growth biopsied. However, medical experts are increasingly saying that too many women are being given surgical biopsies when far less invasive options exist.... Full Story

Folic acid may increase risk of breast cancer in offspring
Date: 2011-02-15 13:35:13
Folic acid has been shown to reduce homocysteine levels and improve heart health, and in recent years, many people have started taking supplements. However, women who use folic acid may benefit from breast cancer testing, as a new study has found that the nutrient may play a role in the development of the disease.... Full Story

Treatments for breast cancer may increase risk of hip fracture
Date: 2011-02-04 13:48:24
Women who have received positive breast cancer tests may be at an increased risk to hip fractures due to a combination of early menopause caused by treatments and effects from drugs used to combat the disease, according to a new study from Northwestern University researchers.... Full Story

New study recommends frequent breast cancer testing
Date: 2011-01-31 12:39:44
Regular breast cancer testing starting at age 40 can save millions of lives compared to other more conservative testing guidelines, according to a new study from University of Colorado researchers.... Full Story

Hot flashes during menopause predict decreased breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-01-27 13:33:35
While hot flashes may be among the most uncomfortable symptoms of menopause, women who experience them may consider themselves lucky. A new study from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centers shows that these women may be 50 percent less likely to receive a positive breast cancer test.... Full Story

Cigarette smoke connected to increased breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-01-26 13:24:49
Women who smoke may benefit from breast cancer testing. For the first time, a new study has shown that tobacco use can increase the risk of this cancer, which affects more women than any other form of the disease.... Full Story

Breast cancer testing may reveal risk of other conditions
Date: 2011-01-25 11:51:29
Routine breast cancer testing may do more than show a woman's tumor risk. A new study from Emory University researchers has shown that a mammogram may also reveal potentially dangerous calcium buildups in a woman's arteries, which may indicate a risk of heart disease.... Full Story

Strong support system may benefit women who receive positive breast cancer test
Date: 2011-01-24 11:59:27
Women who have received a positive breast cancer test may have a better prognosis if they have a strong support system of family and friends, according to new research published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.... Full Story

Researchers discover why hormones increase breast cancer risk
Date: 2011-01-20 11:32:29
Medical professionals have long known that post-menopausal women who are taking hormone-replacement therapy may benefit from breast cancer testing, as this treatment can increase the risk of the disease. Now, a new study from Michigan State University researchers has shown why there is an increase in risk.... Full Story

Researchers continue search for early warning signs of cancer
Date: 2011-01-11 09:27:57
While PSA testing and mammography are considered to be the staples of prostate and breast cancer testing respectively, scientists may soon be able to detect the diseases even earlier using state-of-the-art biomarker technology.... Full Story

Few women seek regular breast cancer testing
Date: 2011-01-04 12:35:57
Very few women receive regular breast cancer testing, according to a new study presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.... Full Story

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