Breast cancer survivors consuming high amounts of grilled, barbecued and smoked meat have higher mortality risk than those who have low intake of such meats.
A new study revealed that the active ingredient of pungent substances such as chili and peppers could inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells and make the tumor cells die in larger number.
Researchers from University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center have discovered that nanoparticles could be a solution to making breast cancer treatments more effective as it can slow down tumor growth, sensitize cancer cells and stop breast cancer from spreading.
Chemotherapy, today’s leading drug treatment for cancer, can be tougher on your heart when you have diabetes. This is what an emerging study presented at the EuroEcho-Imaging 2016.1 last December 10 suggested.
A new cooling cap system could prevent hair loss during chemotherapy. The clinical trial, presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, showed that wearing the cooling cap before, during and after chemotherapy sessions could greatly reduce the risk of hair loss.
A new study from the Texas A&M College of Medicine revealed a possible explanation why some breast cancer patients experience a more aggressive form of the disease a few months after a successful treatment.
Higher levels of vitamin D linked to better long-term outcomes in breast cancer patients.
According to a new report from the American Cancer Society, the number of women dying from cancer is expected to increase 60% by 2030.
In lieu of the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a new study reassured patients taking Tamoxifen that the breast cancer drug is safe and does not increase the risk of uterine cancer.
A new study revealed how the Traditional Chinese Medicine compound kushen medicine help kill cancer cells.
Apart from liver cancer, a recent study found that alcohol could be responsible for seven other types of cancer, including breast and colon cancer.
A new study showed that women who underwent in-vitro fertilization has no inreased risk of developing breast cancer, compared to those women having other fertility treatments and the general population.
Early puberty in girls has become a growing concern throughout the developed world, and studies indicate that it is linked with elevated risk of breast cancer, heart disease, depression, and even alcohol abuse.
A new study reveales that low dosage of Paclitaxel can promote the metastasis of breast cancer cells into the liver.
A new study shows that extending the anti-estrogen therapy for hormone-receptor-positive early breast cancer in postmenopausal women can reduce the risk of recurrence and prevent the development of cancer in the other breast.