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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Girls, Puberty & Breast Cancer Risk

Ever notice that girls are getting their periods and developing breasts at younger and younger ages? Ever wonder why? The average age for the onset of menstruation in the past fifteen years has dropped from 12 years to around 10 years of age. Breast development typically blossomed in the tween years, and now is seen […]

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4 Lifestyle Factors That Decrease Breast Cancer Risk

There are certain lifestyle factors that could decrease your risk for developing the disease. There are a number of uncontrollable factors that can cause breast cancer, according to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Those include age, gender, genes and family history. There are, however, certain lifestyle choices that could decrease your risk for developing the disease. […]

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Does Coffee Play A Role In Reducing Breast Cancer Risk? Studies Suggest Yes

Coffee is making a serious comeback in the health world, as science uncovers all sorts of little-known health benefits associated with this popular morning ritual. And a fascinating research paper published in the British Journal of Cancer provides even more evidence that appears to support the cause, suggesting that coffee may actually help some women […]

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11 Healthy Habits To Start Now To Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk Later

Breast cancer is a scary topic for women, with many of us admitting we worry more about developing breast cancer than we do heart disease — the number one killer of women. Yet, as with heart disease, we can significantly reduce the risk of certain types of breast cancers if we simply switch to healthier […]

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Male Breast Cancer Imaging

Male breast cancer is similar to breast cancer in females in its etiology, family history, prognosis, and treatment. In approximately 30% of cases of breast cancer in men, the family history is positive for the disease. A familial form of breast cancer is seen in which both genders are at increased risk for breast cancer. […]

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