Breast Cancer

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Jun 03, 2009
Women, having unpleasant armpit odor and wet and viscous earwax, may need to check themselves for breast cancer, a new study suggests.
Japanese scientists found that breast cancer gene causes such symptoms as excessive armpit odor and wet and sticky earwax.

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Aug 05, 2010
Women, who want to look full-breasted wearing tight bras, may need to think twice as the new study reveals that it can lead to breast cancer.

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Nov 28, 2011
Finding a suspicious lump can be scary for every woman, but going to the doctor for a check-up is even greater stress. The scientists at Nihon University have come up with the portable breast cancer detection device that can help you find out about your risk of having breast cancer. This tool can be especially useful for those, who live in remote areas.

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Aug 26, 2008
Women, facing negative life events were found to have the increased risk of breast cancer, the new study says.

Scientists at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel conducted a research that revealed the link between breast cancer and stressful life events. According to the study, happy and optimistic women may be better protected from the tumor than those, whose emotional life was more disturbed.

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Feb 11, 2010
Diet is important in preventing most types of cancer, specialists say. Professor Attilio Giacosa and Professor Jaak Janssens, two cancer scientists say that the proper nutrition increases the defensive power of the body.

Professor Attilio Giacosa at the Department of Gastroenterology at Policlinico di Monza in Italy claims that several studies show that the consumption of fruits and vegetables protects against many types of cancer

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Dec 18, 2008
Women, trying to protect themselves from breast cancer, have one more reason to keep to Mediterranean diet. Extra-virgin olive oil that is included in this popular diet was found to have chemicals that suppress breast cancer cells.

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Oct 07, 2008
A new material made of small fragments of diamonds may become a new breakthrough solution in cancer treatment.

The researchers at Northwestern University developed a patch made of nanodiamonds, tiny bits of diamonds consisting of few groups of carbon atoms that will be used to deliver chemotherapy drugs more effectively.

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May 14, 2008
Scientists discovered a chemical reaction that can indicate the woman's risk of developing breast cancer.

UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers found that the chemical process in the genes called methylation can provide useful information about precancerous changes in the breast cells.

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Oct 11, 2007
Scientists found out a strong link between the size and shape of woman's hips and her daughter's probability of developing breast cancer in future. The research implies that the more voluptuous hips woman has - the more it will be a breast cancer risk to her daughter.

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Oct 07, 2010
ctober is a Breast Cancer Awareness month and those, who want to show their support and educate people about breast cancer prevention, may take part in various events to promote good health and help people, who were affected by breast cancer.

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Apr 19, 2010
Women may lower their risk of developing breast cancer by taking complex vitamin supplements together with calcium supplements, a new study suggests.

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Apr 14, 2009
A new device called Breatslight was released to help women do regular check-ups of their breasts to detect early signs of any abnormalities.

Breast self-examination is the best way to reveal any changes in the breast that may indicate a number of health problems and detect breast cancer at an early stage.

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Aug 29, 2007

A new study showed that women, suffering from breast cancer, need less anesthesia during the surgery if they received hypnosis. Patients reported as having less pain after the surgery. Those who received hypnosis needed less time in the operating room and the cost of their surgery was lower.