January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. In keeping with that theme, here’s some vital information you need to know, because it could … Read more about It’s Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Here’s What You Need to Know!
A large-scale study presented in November at the 2018 meeting of the Radiological Society of North America shows that women with particular … Read more about Many Women Should Begin Mammogram at Age 30 [American Cancer Society study]
Current guidelines for breast cancer BRCA genetic testing limits the number of women who can get tested, missing many patients with … Read more about Breast Cancer BRCA Genetic Testing Needs New Guidelines NOW! [new study]
Everybody seems to have HPV. At least that's the impression from a casual internet search about the human papilloma virus (HPV). No wonder … Read more about HPV Vaccine Now Approved for Adults to Age 45 [new FDA study]
In the first publication from the U.S. on surgical techniques and outcomes of single ovary removal for fertility preservation in girls, … Read more about Ovarian Cancer: Fertility Preservation Found Safe for Girls as Young as 5 Months
Here is some bad news from our friends at Harvard. Maybe it isn't surprising if you think about it, but it seems like hamburgers and hot … Read more about Hamburgers and Hot Dogs Increase Breast Cancer Risk, says Harvard
According to a report by the American Cancer Society, an estimated 266,120 women will be newly diagnosed with breast cancer in the United … Read more about A Bra Designed to Detect Breast Cancer? Here’s How It Works.
The other day I was told I had early stage breast cancer based on my mammogram.... my life turned upside down and the world collapsed around … Read more about I was just told I had early stage breast cancer based on my mammogram…
An experimental therapy seems to have eradicated cancer in a patient with metastatic breast cancer who had failed every other treatment. The … Read more about A Miracle? Immunotherapy Melts Tumors Away in Terminal Breast Cancer Patient
It’s about time the American Cancer Society finally made this change. It's long overdue and will save a lot of lives if people follow this … Read more about Colorectal Cancer Screenings Should Now Start at Age 45 (new guidelines)
10 years after launch, studies show that the “controversial” Gardasil vaccine successfully prevents HPV (and thus cervical cancer) in … Read more about The HPV Vaccine Works – But Only If You Get It. So What Are You Waiting For?
Colon and rectal cancer deaths are climbing among adults under 55, and this increase is confined to white patients, a new study … Read more about Colon Cancer Screenings Used to Be After 50. Not Anymore, and the Reason Is Sadly Shocking.
Alarming statistics about cervical cancer and mortality were published Monday in a study out of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public … Read more about Cervical Cancer Deaths Woefully Underestimated: Regular Pap Screenings Can Reduce Your Risk
Read the full article at: www.washingtonpost.comHere are the results from a very interesting large clinical trial in Europe that had a … Read more about Gene test can reduce chemo use among breast-cancer patients