A mother in the US died of breast cancer after the day her three daughters got married.
High levels of high density lipoprotein (HDL) are linked to increased breast cancer risks, a new study finds. HDL, also known as the “good cholesterol” is thought to protect against heart disease.
Injecting breast cancer medications via the nipple may spare healthy regions of the body from debilitating side effects, according to scientists.
Walking for an hour a day significantly reduces the risk of breast cancer in women.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved a biotech drug “Perjeta” which can be used to tread breast cancer before surgery. With this approval the biotech drug has become the first medicine of such kind.
Researcher Ann McTiernan stressed the importance of exercising and maintaining a healthy weight in order to reduce breast cancer risk.
Researchers found that young girls who ate peanut butter and nuts regularly had a lowered risk of being diagnosed with benign breast disease by the time they reached 30.
Targeting interactions between cancer cells and their environment may be just as important as directly targeting cancer cells with drugs or radiation, a new study suggests.
Religion may help women cope with breast cancer, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that people who do not take their hormone therapy pills every day after breast cancer surgery increase their risk of getting the cancer again by three times.
Whether women in their 40s benefit from getting mammograms to detect breast cancer is quite controversial, but a new study attest in favor of more frequent screening in this age group.
A new WHO report found that women aged 50 and up are living longer today than they did decades ago.
Drinking alcohol before pregnancy may increase a woman's risk of breast cancer and benign breast disease, new research suggests.
Disabling a single enzyme associated with the formation of lipids significantly disrupts the ability of aggressive cancer cells to spread and grow tumors, according to a new study.
Blood cancer drugs may help stop breast cancer cells from spreading, according to a new study.