Breast Cancer News

What is breast cancer?

Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that starts in the cells of the breast. A malignant tumor is a group of cancer cells that can grow into (invade) surrounding tissues or spread (metastasize) to distant areas of the body. The disease occurs almost entirely in women, but men can get it, too.

Adjuvant hormonal therapy reduces contralateral breast cancer risk
Feb 17 06


COX-2 blockers may curb breast cancer risk
Feb 16 06


Hereditary breast cancer often affects both breasts
Feb 13 06


Study Examines Health Disparities in Breast Cancer
Feb 09 06


Regular use of COX-2 inhibitors reduces breast cancer risk
Feb 02 06


Celebrex and Vioxx reduce the risk of breast cancer
Jan 31 06


Sisters of women with breast cancer joining study
Jan 26 06


Breast Ducts: A New Site for Cancer Treatment?
Jan 25 06


Few Women Rebuild Breast After Mastectomy
Jan 24 06


Breast cancer patients wrongly given the all-clear
Jan 24 06


“Room for improvement” in care after breast cancer
Jan 20 06


New Study Examines Scope of Online Breast Cancer Support Groups
Jan 19 06


New Cellular Flaw Found in Some Virulent Breast Cancers
Jan 17 06


Discovery of protein fragment that helps predict breast cancer outcome
Jan 17 06


Discovery of protein fragment that helps predict breast cancer outcome
Jan 16 06


Excess pounds may dim breast cancer prognosis
Jan 13 06


Fatigue may persist after breast cancer treatment
Jan 09 06


Concerns raised about surgeons performing occasional breast cancer operations
Jan 05 06


Coffee may lower breast cancer risk for some women
Jan 03 06


New breast cancer drug Femara will save lives
Dec 30 05


In 2005, Advances Made in Breast Cancer Treatment and Detection
Dec 28 05


Radiotherapy aids breast cancer survival: study
Dec 16 05


Breast cancer risk higher in young smokers
Dec 15 05


Breast cancer gene tests backlog
Dec 14 05


Femara helps prevent the return of breast cancer
Dec 14 05

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