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Can You Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer?


We hear it all the time?lose weight for your health. Few people however, realize the extent to which this is critical to their physical well-being and ultimately their life expectancy.

Naural Self-Defense Against Breast Cancer - Learning to Cope Successfully with Organochlorine Pollut


What are organochlorines?Organochlorines are chemicals found in some herbicides and pesticides, in chlorine bleach and most chemical disinfectants, and many plastics, especially PVC (polyvinylchloride).Organochlorines are implicated in causing and promoting breast cancer because they mutate genes and they cause breast cells to become more receptive to a cancer-promoting chemical called estradiol.

Breast Cancer The Cure


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Antiperspirants And Breast Cancer


Most underarm antiperspirants contain as the active ingredient, Aluminium Chlorohydrate, as you will probably remember there has been controversy about Aluminium, since the 1950's when it was a popular metal used for making cooking pots, Saucepans and Fry Pans and that it could be one of the contributing factors to Alzheimer's, now we have another problem that could also be related to Aluminium, Breast Cancer.Research shows that one of the leading causes of Breast Cancer could be the use of antiperspirants.

Gift Giving for Breast Cancer Patients and Their Families


Did you know that each year, 182,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and 43,300 die? One woman in eight either has or will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. In addition, 1,600 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 400 will die this year.

Fourteen Simple Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Risk for Breast Cancer


1. Increase your consumption of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables.

The News You Dont Want To Hear: Youve Got Breast Cancer


For many people being told that they have cancer is one ofthe most stressful times in their lives. Just as we think wehave everything under control, something comes along thatcan shatter even the strongest of wills.

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There it is again. I muttered to myself, frustrated as I washed my arm.

Breast Cancer Statistics - How Breast Cancer Survival Rates Increased 50%


Breast cancer statistics show that over 1.2 million persons will be diagnosed with breast cancer worldwide this year, according to the World Health Organization.

The Insidiousness of Breast Cancer and Its Current Treatment


In our modern world, the benefits that today's manufacturing and agricultural activities have brought us is more than painfully offset by the damage to our personal health and wellness. During the course of our daily lives, we are continually exposed to common household products such as detergents, insulation, fabric treatments, flame retardants, cosmetics, paints, upholstery preservatives, and coatings for electronic equipment.

Passive Smokers Can Get Breast Cancer! Learn How?


US scientists have claimed that secondhand smokers are at higher risk of Breast Cancer. Earlier, their research also led to them to the conclusion that young women smokers are more likely to get addicted to smoking than young men.

Breast Cancer Screening


Breast cancer is the second most common cancer women face second only to lung cancer, however it is the most feared cancer or disease for most women. It occurs in about 12% of women who will live to the age of 90.

New Hope to Prevent Breast Cancer: What Every Woman Needs to Know


In March, 2005, a major nutritional breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer was announced by U.S.

Breast Cancer Detection Unit for the Home


Detecting Breast Cancer early is a key step in protecting yourself from the dire consequences and risk of breast cancer. There is now some new technology using Infrared to help you do self-examinations in the privacy of your own home.

Breast Cancer for Beginners


IntroductionBecause of the social changes, which has brought increased number of workingwoman and hence delayed childbearing, there has been a steep rise in the number of breast cancer patients in the last few decades. But as the incidence of the patients has risen so has raised the modality of treatments and the success rates.

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Each mouse was exposed to one of the three different omega-3s from before birth, which allowed the researchers to get a better idea of how the fatty acids impact tumor development. The team found that mice exposed to the fish oil-derived omega-3s EPA ...
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According to the CDC, breast cancer is the second most common cancer in the United States. In 2014, it was diagnosed 236,968 times, resulting in 41,211 deaths.1 The CDC also reported that breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and the most ...

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32-Year-Old Woman Lost Job After Breast Cancer Diagnosis ... - PEOPLE.com

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As a nurse who started her career on the oncology floor, Heather Caro thought she understood cancer. She had administered chemotherapy treatments, participated in charity runs and met many cancer patients over the years. But in 2012, Caro received a ...

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Why is breast cancer deadlier for black women? - Philly.com

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Why is breast cancer deadlier for black women?
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Woman becomes sister's surrogate after breast cancer diagnosis - ABC News

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Woman becomes sister's surrogate after breast cancer diagnosis
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Randi Fishman said she was devastated to be told by doctors before the age of 30 that she should look into surrogacy after a recurrence of breast cancer. ?It was really hard,? Fishman, now 34, told ABC News. ?I definitely always thought it was ...

Europe Says No to Neratinib for Breast Cancer - Medscape

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Europe Says No to Neratinib for Breast Cancer
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In Europe, the breast cancer drug neratinib (Nerlynx, Puma Technology) has been given a negative opinion, which means that approval is not recommended. The European Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) was not impressed by the clinical ...
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Olympian Dorothy Hamill reveals life after breast cancer battle ... - Fox News

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Olympian Dorothy Hamill reveals life after breast cancer battle ...
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At age 19, Dorothy Hamill captivated the world when she won the gold medal at the 1976 winter Olympics in Austria for figure skating ? and now she's hoping to win fans over with her newfound passion.
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Maryland Woman Becomes Sister's Surrogate After Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'It's the Best Gift' - PEOPLE.com

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Maryland Woman Becomes Sister's Surrogate After Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'It's the Best Gift'
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In 2011, Randi Fishman was 28 and diagnosed with breast cancer. She had a double mastectomy and froze 10 embryos, hoping that she would one day be able to carry a child. But a year later, Fishman, of Potomac, Maryland, suffered a breast cancer ...

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When many lymph nodes are removed along with a tumor, some patients develop painful and debilitating swelling ? lymphedema. More doctors should recognize and help prevent the problem, surgeons say.

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