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Worldwide Statistics on Breast Cancer: Diagnosis and Risk Factors

Breast cancer is the only cancer that is considered universal among women worldwide. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), breast cancer makes up 25 percent of all new cancer diagnoses in women globally. The majority of new breast cancer diagnoses and deaths occur in developing countries as opposed to Western countries. The higher number

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Thermography: Breast Cancer Detection + Better Risk Assessment

Thermography is a key risk assessment in early detection. Early detection of breast cancer is one of the keys to significantly improving survival rates; in fact, it’s estimated that up to 95 percent of breast cancer cases can be overcome when the cancer is detected in its earliest stages. Every year, more than seventy thousand

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Mammography vs Thermography

According to breastcancer.org, one in eight women will develop breast cancer in the U.S. alone. The trick to surviving this unfortunate disease, is early detection. Luckily, there are several options available to detect cancer cells in the body. Some people use MRI, ultrasounds, and self-examination. The most popular, yet potentially fatal screening test that most

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Breast Thermography: Technology, Benefits, and Cancer Signs

Breast thermography is a non-invasive and painless test, with no radiation involved. It can detect and monitor early warning signs of breast cancer. This type of breast cancer screening is particularly useful for people under the age of 50. This is because mammography, another type of screening, can be less effective for this group. However,

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To Help Prevent Breast Cancer, Avoid Excessive Estrogen Exposure

According to the National Cancer Institute’s Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, the overall rate of new cancer diagnoses continues to decline, and the rate of patients who survive at least five years after diagnosis is improving. These trends prove that although far too many people are still afflicted with cancer,

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Physicians’ Misunderstanding Of Genetic Test Results May Hamper Mastectomy Decisions For Breast Cancer Patients

                    Women with breast cancer do not receive timely genetic test results or have adequate access to effective genetic counseling, which may compromise treatment decisions, according to research from Stanford and the University of Michigan. A recent survey of over 2,000 women newly diagnosed with breast

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Researchers Reveal How Cancer Can Spread Even Before A Tumor Develops

Even before tumors develop, with a few defined molecular alterations, breast cancer can spread to organs and remain quiet for long periods of time. They can then awaken to form aggressive, deadly breast cancer metastasis, says a team of investigators led by researchers at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and the University of Regensburg

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Breast Cancer Risk Prevention: Discovery of Inflammation Protein

Previous studies have linked drugs such as aspirin to reduced breast cancer risk, however long-term use can bring about side effects in the general population. Adelaide researchers may have found a better way to use anti-inflammatory drugs to prevent breast cancer. The Hospital Research Foundation has identified a protein that causes inflammation and increased breast

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Breast Cancer Deaths Have Dropped In Many Countries

Over the last 25 years, the detection and management of breast cancer has changed significantly. A new analysis shows that, over this period, rates of breast cancer deaths have fallen in most of the 47 countries examined. However, it also highlights some significant exceptions, particularly in South Korea and parts of Latin America. women wearing pink

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