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A University of Minnesota cancer surgeon and researcher has found a dramatic increase in the number of women diagnosed with the earliest stage of breast cancer choosing to have both breasts surgically removed.
Obese women may be putting themselves at greater risk of breast cancer by not undergoing regular screening.
American Journal of Surgery Study Reveals Conclusive Findings NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Feb.
Radiation appears to help women that have been diagnosed with early stage, noninvasive breast cancer, researchers reported on Thursday.
Nineteen percent of women who should receive radiation after a mastectomy are not getting this potentially lifesaving treatment, U.S. researchers said.
One-fifth of women who should receive radiation after a mastectomy are not getting this potentially lifesaving treatment, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Feb.
Despite recommendations and being at an increased risk of breast cancer, most young women who were treated with chest radiation for a childhood cancer do not undergo appropriate mammography screening, according to a study in the January 28 issue of JAMA.
Magnetic resonance imaging alternated with mammography at six-month intervals can detect tumors not detected by mammography alone, U.S. researchers said. Dr. Huong Le-Petross of the University of Texas M.D.
One out of 5 older women may delay or not finish treatment following breast cancer surgery, U.S. researchers said. The analysis of the National Cancer Institute's cancer registry, published in the journal Cancer, also shows this suboptimal care can lead to worse outcomes. Dr.
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