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How much can a woman lower her risk of breast cancer by losing weight, drinking less, or exercising more?
Researchers found that an estrogen-blocker reduces the risk of developing breast cancer by 65 percent in post-menopausal women.
A new study reveals starting hormone therapy around the time of menopause is linked to a greater risk of breast cancer compared to starting it later on.
Starting hormone therapy at around the time of menopause is associated with a greater risk of breast cancer compared to starting after a longer gap.
In recent years, several studies have examined the most appropriate age for women to begin getting mammograms, the x-ray exam that screens for breast cancer. Last year, the U.S.
Doctors across the country are still prescribing higher-dose menopausal hormone therapy pills, despite clinical evidence that low doses and skin patches work just as well and carry fewer health risks.
Women to Women Advocates Changing Conventional Medicine's Approach to Managing Menopause Symptoms in Light of New Study The recent worrisome news that synthetic hormone replacement therapy causes more aggressive forms of breast cancer has led more women - and their doctors - to question the conventional standard of care for menopause symptoms. Yarmouth, Maine (PRWEB) November 11, 2010 The recent worrisome news that synthetic hormone replacement therapy causes more aggressive forms of breast...
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OBSP celebrates 20 years of high-quality breast screening TORONTO, Sept.
Breast cancer incidence declined among postmenopausal women in Canada as their use of hormone therapy declined.
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