A leading breast cancer surgeon from the U.K., Prof. Kefah Mokbel recommends all women to consume vitamin D doses on the daily to prevent breast cancer.
Women who are obese have an increased risk of developing an aggressive sub-type of breast cancer, according to researchers from the University of North Carolina. 'Basal-like' breast cancers are formed from a triple-negative phenotype and typically found in younger patients.
The popular ABC reporter Amy Robach was diagnosed with breast cancer earlier this Monday on the show Good Morning America (GMA).
Herceptin (trastuzumab), a breast cancer drug which was approved by the FDA in the year 1998, is found to amplify the risk of heart diseases in elderly women.
Nestle Fitness creative has created a "Tweeting Bra" in the hopes of increasing breast cancer awareness.
A recent study found that comparatively breasts age faster than rest of the body. The UCLA researchers have identified the biological clock present in our genomes and also found a way to slow down aging.
As breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer and cancer deaths among women worldwide, routine screenings can help diagnose the problem early and allow doctors to address the problem during a critical stage.
Researchers have developed a new drug treatment to help against an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Women are majorly affected by breast cancer worldwide according to the WHO. Here are some steps which you can follow and keep breast cancer at bay.
It is known that high levels of high density lipoprotein (HDL) also called as good cholesterol protects against heart diseases, but the latest finding claims that high levels of this good cholesterol increase the risk of breast cancer.
Scientists are currently working on a new treatment for breast cancer prevention. Through injection of therapeutics via the nipple, this could provide a new way to help those suffering from the health issue or who could be at a greater risk for the problem.