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Articles That Discuss DCIS

Oncotype DX for Breast Cancer and DCIS- better than a second opinion?

Ducal Carcinoma In-situ (DCIS) is Not Breast Cancer-Consider Evidence-based, Non-Toxic Therapies to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer The mission of PeopleBeatingCancer is to demystify cancer. I research

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DCIS-Lower Risk of Breast Cancer

Reduce your Pre-Malignant DCIS from becoming Full-Blown Breast Cancer You’ve been diagnosed with Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ (DCIS). While some people will call this diagnosis breast cancer, it really

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Acupuncture- Joint Pain Aromatase Inhibitors

The finding may mean that (breast cancer patients) women with pain related to aromatase inhibitor use might stick to their meds longer if acupuncture eases their joint pain. Aromatase inhibitors are a

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DCIS, BC- Shorter Radiation Better than Longer?

They did not just publish that the breast cancer cure rates were the same, but they published very in-depth cosmetic assessments Breast Cancer can be complicated. The two guiding principles of PeopleBeatingCancer

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Why Breast Cancer Research Can’t Be Trusted

A new study suggests that “an estimated 20 percent of breast cancer patients in the United States who receive radiation after they undergo breast-conserving surgery may not have their radiation treatments

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Low-dose Tamoxifen for DCIS-Less is More

“When we compare our low-dose tamoxifen data with results from the… trials of tamoxifen given at 20 mg per day, we see comparable risk reduction and significantly reduced serious adverse events,

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Early Breast Cancer- Use Less Chemo- less “over-treatment?”

 From 2013 to 2015, keeping other factors constant, chemotherapy use (for breast cancer) was estimated to decline from 34.5% to 21.3%. A diagnosis of cancer is difficult, to say the least. However, an

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Mammograms Identify Small Breast Cancers But do They Save Lives?

Annual mammography in women aged 40-59 does not reduce mortality from breast cancer beyond that of physical examination or usual care when adjuvant therapy for breast cancer is freely available. No matter

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DCIS Diagnosis- More Art than Science?

Cases of DCIS have increased 5 fold between 1983 and 2003 in the United States due to the introduction of screening mammography.” DCIS Diagnosis: Confusion Over Whether This Is Cancer or Not “Women

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DCIS treatment plan? Diagnose your risks further…

For women who have early breast tumors (DCIS) surgically removed, a genetic test may help predict the odds of a recurrence, a new study says Receiving a diagnosis of Ductal Carcinoma In Situ (DCIS)

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Breast Cancer Spreads Post Surgery

“Breast cancer patients are more likely to experience a return and spread of their cancer within 18 months after a mastectomy or removal of the breast tumour along with healthy breast tissues.” I

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Mammograms Identify DCIS But Lead to Over-diagnosis, Over-treatment?

“Breast cancer screening was not associated with any reduction in the incidence of advanced cancer, and overdiagnosis of invasive tumors and ductal carcinoma in situ is a common problem…” Articles

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