Monthly Archives: May 2017

Twelve-year-old Jack Myles shares the experience of his mother contracting and surviving breast cancer, of which he learned when he was eight years old, in this interview published in The Irish News. Jack’s mother, voice-over artist Jo Myles, was diagnosed … Continue reading

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The mental fog often experienced by breast cancer patients after chemotherapy might be due more to post-traumatic stress than to the cancer drugs, a new study suggests, in this report from Reuters. “Patients who complain of cognitive problems may actually … Continue reading

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The US Food & Drug Administration approved the first ever cancer drug that treats specific genetic traits of the disease, rather than the part of the body in which the cancerous tumor is located, as reported by the Los Angeles … Continue reading

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Drinking as few as one alcoholic beverage a day can increase your breast cancer risk, according to a new report released today by the American Institute for Cancer Research and the World Cancer Research Fund. The good news is that … Continue reading

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Imagine a bra that could help detect breast cancer. Eighteen-year-old Julian Rios Cantu did more than imagine it. He assembled a team and came up with a prototype. Cantu’s research was inspired by his mother’s battle with the disease. Now … Continue reading

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The number of women living with advanced breast cancer is rising substantially in the United States, reflecting improved survival among all ages, according to a recently published study, as reported in The Washington Post. The study found that between 1992 … Continue reading

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Raylene Hollrah was 33, with a young daughter, when she learned she had breast cancer. She made a difficult decision, one she hoped would save her life: She had her breasts removed, underwent grueling chemotherapy and then had reconstructive surgery. … Continue reading

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Fear of breast cancer is widespread, yet many women don’t realize that adopting protective living habits may help keep it at bay. The habits described in this story from the New York Times may also help to ward off other … Continue reading

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