Headlines Tagged with Breast Cancer — 472 headlines found
Among breast cancer patients taking a class of drugs called aromatase inhibitors, smokers had a three times greater risk of their cancer returning than nonsmokers, the investigators found. However, the study could not prove a cause-and-effect link. Smok
Jun 24, 2016 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jun 25, 2016 15:46
research study from Lund University in Sweden shows that common treatment for breast cancer works less well in patients who smoke, compared to non-smokers. The study is published in the British Journal of Cancer.
Jun 17, 2016 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Jun 17, 2016 20:59
While the verdict is still out for whether smoking directly causes breast cancer, a new study did find a link – women who are chronic or long-time smokers may face an increased risk of death if they develop breast cancer.
Jun 7, 2016 Wilkes Barre (PA) Times Leader
added Jun 7, 2016 13:00
Middle-aged and older women with gum disease are slightly more likely than those without gum problems to develop breast cancer, suggests a new study. The risk increase was most pronounced for women with gum disease who smoked cigarettes or had quit withi
Dec 21, 2015 Reuters
added Dec 22, 2015 04:55
women who breastfed their baby for six months or longer had lower risks of developing breast cancer later in life. This protection was seen only in women who didn't smoke.
Aug 14, 2013 DailyRx
added Aug 15, 2013 10:35
The New Zealand Association of Convenience Stores (NZACS), whose members include British American Tobacco and Imperial Tobacco, will donate the proceeds of its golf day next month to the Breast Cancer Research Trust. The fundraiser at the Remuera Golf C
Mar 22, 2013 New Zealand Herald (nz)
added Mar 28, 2013 10:45
Vapor Couture, sister brand to V2 Cigs, is promoting National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a free gift. Vapor Couture is the only electronic cigarette brand on the market which was designed specifically for women.
Oct 3, 2012 SBWire
added Oct 4, 2012 02:38
If you are a woman and you face a higher risk for breast cancer, then you may also be at high risk for lung cancer, according to a study recently published in American Journal of Epidemiology.
Sep 9, 2012 foodconsumer.org
added Sep 9, 2012 21:43
the key findings underscore the need to personalize care for patients with breast cancer through vigorous promotion of smoking cessation, judicious radiation treatment planning, and careful minimization of radiation target volume in an evidence-based mann
Mar 20, 2017 Journal of Clinical Oncology
added Mar 29, 2017 20:40
Breast cancer patients who smoke have an increased risk for serious long-term complications from radiation therapy, a new study finds. "This research highlights that breast cancer patients who smoke need to be offered help and support in order to try and
Mar 29, 2017 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 29, 2017 18:34