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20 min ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
Having a baby. Being diagnosed with cancer. Two life-changing events. A doctor at Jennie Edmundson hospital found herself dealing with both - at the same time.
3 hrs ago | CBS Local
New help for breast cancer patients struggling with difficult side effects caused by drugs taken to prevent a recurrence.
4 hrs ago | Battle Creek Enquirer
The Battle Creek Coyotes will be raising money for our beneficiary, Crissy Castellanos who is battling cancer.
8 hrs ago | Worcester News
David and Matthew Toye will be taking on the Prudential Ride 100, a 100-mile cycle challenge through London and Surrey, on Sunday, August 10. Mr Toye, of Upper Welland is 72, and his son Matthew, who now lives in Guildford with his family, is 42 , giving them a combined age of 114.
9 hrs ago | Fox News
Light at night has already been widely linked to poorer sleep quality , but now even dim light is being shown to interfere with a breast cancer drug's ability to do its job.
10 hrs ago | The Indian Express
Acupuncture can bring significant improvements in fatigue, anxiety and depression in as little as eight weeks for early stage breast cancer patients.
13 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times
One in two. That's about how many women today have dense tissue in their breasts.
The news that Intrabeam, the revolutionary one dose, one time treatment for early-stage breast cancer is being made available to women in the UK by Britain's national health service has been welcomed by New Zealand breast cancer organisations.
No one expects to get cancer. No one expects to get cancer when they are 41 and relatively healthy.
There should be subsidized mass breast cancer screening in light of new, less painful 3D mammography that gives lower false- positives, radiologists say.
Years ago, journalists who had breast cancer fought with words to inform other women with breast cancer that, in many cases, they didn't need a mastectomy.
The Upstate Cancer Center is launching a new program designed to increase the number of mammogram cancer screenings among African-American women.
The grant will fund a two-year project to study the mechanisms behind hereditary breast cancer related to the BRCA1 gene.
Western medicine is so aggressive and cut-throat that even the idea of prevention has been skewed to the point of chopping off and cutting out body parts for "preventing" cancer that isn't even there.
The American Cancer Society announced on Monday that Amy Robach, news anchor for ABC's Good Morning America and University of Georgia alum, will be the featured speaker at its fifth annual Suits & Sneakers gala on Aug. 16 at Stegeman Coliseum.
The legislation passed by the General Assembly requires that each mammogram report include a notification to the patient of any finding of dense breast tissue and a suggestion that additional screening may be beneficial to some.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 07:26 pm
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