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Thermography and Breast Cancer

Thermography is a medical screening method for detecting breast cancer and other breast disease using infrared detectors.  This procedure is non-invasive and does not use radiation.  It is usually

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Breast Cancer- Cruciferous Veggies Reduce Relapse

…cruciferous vegetable intake during the first 36 months after diagnosis was associated with a reduced risk for total mortality, breast cancer specific mortality, and recurrence…. A diagnosis

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Breast Cancer- Saving Nipples During Mastectomy Does Not Increase Risk of Relapse

“More women are requesting NSM because of the superior cosmetic results, but doctors don’t want to take any chances with breast cancer patients’ safety for the sake of cosmetic improvement” My

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Curcumin, Aromatase Inhibitor Sensitivity, Breast Cancer

“curcumin reverses chemo-resistance and sensitizes cancer cells to chemotherapy and targeted therapy in breast cancer” Aromatase Inhibitors (Tamoxifen, anastrozole, exemestane and letrozole

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Synergistic, Integrative Approach to Breast Cancer Chemotherapy

Research cites synergistic effects between non-toxic breast cancer (BC) therapies as well as synergy between non-toxic therapies to enhance conventional chemotherapies For advanced breast cancer chemotherapy

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Relapse, Mastectomy, Chemo, Radiation?

Dear Cancer Coach- My Breast Cancer (BC) specifics are below. Dr’s say if I don’t get double mastectomy chemo and radiation I will die. Tumor bleeds alot with pain killers with codeine. My

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DCIS- Active Surveillance or Double Mastectomy? Or Non-Toxic Therapy?

What exactly is it (DCIS)— a pre-cancer, cancer or more a risk factor? How much treatment is too much? Too little? Studies confirm that treatments for DCIS such as lumpectomy, whole-breast radiation

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Testing Predicts DCIS Relapse

Two recent articles report on a new study that suggests that, because of a series of tests, many women diagnosed with DCIS may be able to forgo some of the usual treatments. Breakthrough Method Predicts

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DCIS- Contralateral Breast Cancer Uncommon-Less then 6% Within 10 Years

“Fewer than 6% of women with Ductal Carcinoma In Situ developed contralateral breast cancer within 10 years” Rational, informed decision-making for breast cancer patients and survivors. Everyone

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DCIS-Radiation Boost Lowers Risk- No Change in Overall Survival

Radiation Boost Lowers Risk of IBT Recurrence But Does Not Reduce Overall Survival in Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ aka DCIS Radiation boost for DCIS patients undergoing whole-breast radiation (WBRT) is the

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For Breast Cancer of Less Than 1 Cm, 93% Survival After 8 Years

Tamoxifen, Breast Radiation and Lumpectomy all Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence- But They Also Cause Side Effects and Risks of Secondary Cancer I admit it. I am a cancer survivor of an “incurable”

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Radiation for DCIS?

“Four large randomized trials have studied the effects of postoperative radiotherapy after breast conserving surgery in patients with wider spectrum of DCIS and all of them have shown radiotherapy

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