One recently published study found no mortality benefit to annual screening mammograms, but critics cry "foul."
New research into molecular subtyping for breast cancer reveals that traditional tests may yield false-positive results.
This patient information fact sheet reviews how doctors use molecular profiling to offer patients more targeted therapy options.
This fact sheet provides information about the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes and related genetic testing.
This fact sheet for patients discusses the evidence behind whether antiperspirants and deodorants may be linked to cancer.
Teach your patients about how hormone therapy can help stop the growth of hormone-sensitive breast cancer tumors using this fact sheet.
Help your patients learn more about the cause, treatment, and prognosis for Pagent disease of the breast with this informational fact sheet.
A new study reveals that both real and "sham" acupuncture may help combat the side effects of aromatase inhibitors in women with breast cancer.
Recent studies have revealed disappointing results for gemcitabine—but more support for taxane-first sequencing.
A novel intraoperative radiotherapy system is being tested in Spain to see whether cancer outcomes can be improved.
A new prediction model has been developed that may quantify a woman's risk of breast cancer more accurately.
The breast cancer survival disparity between black and white women in the United States is still a significant problem.
J.W. is a 55-year-old woman recently admitted to the hospital for worsening shortness of breath (Slide 1).
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