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Breast Cancer- “Overwhelmed with what to do…”

From: Kathleen  Subject: Overwhelmed with what to do Message Body: I am 65 years old in perfect health except the above.  I had lumpectomy Dec 29/2015.  I do not believe in chemo.  I found the lump

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Will Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ (DCIS) Patients Accept Breast Cancer Risk?

“Our thought is that seeing loved ones go through the severe side effects associated with breast cancer made them think about how they would incorporate that into their own life,” One of the first

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Alcohol Intake Increases Risk of Certain types of Breast Cancer

Alcohol increases the risk of lobular and hormone receptor-positive breast cancer, but not necessarily invasive ductal carcinomas, according to a study published August 23 online in The Journal of the

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Despite Toxicity Breast Cancer Patients Can Preserve Heart Health

“We believe that breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy should be offered a tailored exercise program based on pretreatment levels of physical function,” If you are about to undergo

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Lumpectomy versus Mastectomy for Early Stage Invasive Breast Cancer

A new study called “Decision Making about Surgery for Early-Stage Breast Cancer” finds that the women studied had major deficits in their knowledge about the pros and cons of having either

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Cryotherapy for Early Breast Cancer-Solution to Over Treatment

Many patients with breast cancer have relatively non-aggressive disease, but are overtreated,” especially older women… “The solution is to have a treatment option that provides a solution with

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Is “ChemoBrain” “Gray matter reduction” in Breast Cancer?

"This study is the first to use a prospective, longitudinal approach to document decreased brain gray matter density shortly after breast cancer chemotherapy and its course of recovery over time.

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Can Your Lumpectomy Spread Breast Cancer?

“Studies have shown a spike in breast cancer metastases 12 to 18 months after a lumpectomy or mastectomy.” Cancer Coach- My mother had DCIS in 2012 and had a lumpectomy along with radiation

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Chemo Brain Therapies in Breast Cancer

“Cognitive function affects a variety of adults with certain diseases or neurological problems. In particular, women who previously underwent chemotherapy for their breast cancer diagnosis have an

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Short-term Fasting Enhances Breast Cancer Chemotherapy, QOL

“…periodic fasting or fasting-mimicking diet techniques (short-term fasting) could become a tool in the arsenal to fight a variety of cancers.” At the outset, I must state that this blog

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