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Increases in body mass index and waist size appear to raise the risk for male breast cancer.
“Breast imaging is an important first step to being diagnosed and getting into the treatment pathway."
A new report tracks the most prominent cancers for men and women and finds substantial racial disparities in cancer treatment.
Herself a breast cancer survivor, TV anchor Robin Roberts announced earlier this year that Amber Laign had the same cancer.
The antibody-drug conjugate improved progression-free and overall survival for patients with low HER2 expression on breast tumors.
“Cancer disparities in the Black community result from a myriad of causes rooted in institutional inequities.”
Inaccuracies may be linked to particular imaging facilities and processes.
The customized care provided through patient navigation programs also helps eliminate health disparities across the cancer continuum.
However, when compared to the general population, the suicide risk for cancer patients remains elevated, finds a new study.
Authors of a new study stress the need to improve access to cancer screenings, especially for minorities and lower-income populations.
Investments will boost Biden’s priority of ending cancer as we know it as part of the Cancer Moonshot and his Unity Agenda for the nation.
The virtual intervention was deemed appropriate and involved an acceptable time commitment.
Thirty-five years post-cancer diagnosis, one in seven survivors developed new cancer and one in 16 survivors died from new cancer.
Black and Latina women have low vitamin D levels compared with non-Latina white women.
Customizing bright light therapy for breast cancer survivors resulted in less fatigue and better sleep.
Patients with recurrent lesions genetically distinct from the primary tumor may require different treatment.
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