Headlines Tagged with Breast Cancer — 475 headlines found
How chemo affects breast cancer survivors' immune systems: Antibodies don't return to pre-chemo levels, increasing risk of viruses
Levels in smokers only reached half the pre-chemotherapy levels in nine months, as compared to 80 per cent of non-smokers....‘We were surprised that the impact of chemotherapy is so long lived. ‘We were also surprised that smoking and choice of chemothera
Jan 27, 2016 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jan 27, 2016 19:59
New research shows risk of breast cancer is greater when women smoke before having their first child
Research presented yesterday at the World Cancer Congress shows that one in eleven breast cancer cases in mothers can be prevented if women do not smoke before having their first child. With the majority of female smokers starting before their first preg
Dec 5, 2014 Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Dec 5, 2014 17:16
"Smoking and the breast cancer risk gene BRCA2 combine to 'enormously' increase the chance of developing lung cancer," BBC News reports.
Jun 2, 2014 National Health Service (NHS) (uk)
added Jun 2, 2014 14:08
South Beach Smoke electronic cigarettes has offered a 25% price off on all of its starter kits, and a percentage of the sales that will be generated will be donated to the research and prevention of breast cancer. . . possible through the Susan G. Komen
Oct 18, 2012 SBWire
added Oct 18, 2012 07:43
Changes in patterns of use of cigarettes and alcohol in women after a first diagnosis of invasive breast cancer: a cohort study of women from Victoria, Australia
Supportive Care in Cancer, Online First™
Sep 20, 2011 Supportive Care in Cancer
added Oct 2, 2011 00:00
Sep 29, 2011 Melbourne (Vic) Herald Sun (au)
added Sep 28, 2011 00:00
It all depends on which studies you emphasise
Sep 6, 2004 Medical Journal of Australia
added Sep 7, 2004 00:00
smoking, also seemed to slow immune-fighting cells from properly recovering; levels among smokers only reached half of what they were before chemo, compared to 80 percent among non-smokers.
Jan 25, 2016 Medical Daily
added Jan 27, 2016 20:04
DEIDRE SAYS: She needs to give herself the best chance of recovery. Suggest she asks friends to donate to Macmillan Cancer Support if she quits as that could motivate her (0808 808 0000, macmillan.org.uk).
Sep 28, 2015 The Sun (uk)
added Sep 28, 2015 18:20
* Female smokers in the study were diagnosed with breast cancer at a younger age and obtained no signiﬁcant beneﬁt in this respect from a longer lactation period.
Aug 15, 2013 MedPage Today
added Aug 16, 2013 22:49