Breast Cancer

Studies Published From January 2003 -March 2003

 

Researchers Discover New Breast Cancer Gene

Sonography for Detecting Breast Cancer in Young Women

Possible Early Gene Involved in the Development of Cancer is Discovered

Non-BRCA Mutations May Play a Role in Familial Breast Cancer

Childbearing Influences Breast Cancer Risk in African-American Women

Study Questions Short Follow-Up Intervals For 'Probably Benign' Mamographic Findings

Research May Lead to New Breast Cancer Detection Methods

Mammography Utilization by Chinese-American Women

Hormone Replacement Therapy with Daily Progesterone and Estrogen Linked to Greatest Breast Cancer Risk

Acupuncture for Menopausal Symptoms in Breast Cancer Survivors

High-Risk Women Welcome Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Gene

New Study Offers Clues to How Breast Cancer Spreads

Tamoxifen's Effectiveness Depends on Level of Tumor Protein

Boosting Mammography Rates Among Older Women

Eating Eggs May Protect Against Breast Cancer

Scientists Find 'Stem Cells' in Human Breast Cancer

Study Finds Poor Communication Between Breast Cancer Patients and Their Doctors

Internet Use May Benefit Survival Of Minority/Ethnic Breast Cancer Patients

Grapes May Ease Side Effect of Breast Cancer Radiotherapy

Physical Activity May Decrease Risk of Breast Cancer Decades Later

Tamoxifen Reduces the Risk of Benign Breast Disease

Radiologist Training May Affect Accuracy of Mammogram Interpretation

Structure of Key Breast Cancer Receptor Determined

Targeting Breast Cancer Drug Therapy for Individual Patients

Heightening Breast Cancer Awareness Among African-American Women

Depression and Breast Cancer Survival

Size at Birth Linked with Risk of Breast Cancer in Women Under 50

Bush Proposes Increased Funding for Cancer Screening

Study Confirms Tamoxifen's Effectiveness Against Breast Cancer

Meat Consumption May Not Increase Breast Cancer Risk

Understanding Why Taxol Works Better in Some Patients Than Others

Chemotherapy After Breast Cancer Surgery Not Used as Often as Recommended

Moderate Physical Activity Reduces the Risk of Cancer, Chronic Disease in Older Women

Tamoxifen's Benefit Greatest for Preventing Hormone-Dependent Breast Cancer

Diet During Puberty Influences Sex Hormone Levels, Possibly Breast Cancer Risk

Breast Cancer Treatments and Outcomes Differ Widely Among Women of Different Races and Ethnicities

HHS Approves District of Columbia Plan to Insure Women with Breast or Cervical Cancer

Cancer Risk Not Equal in Both Breasts After Benign Breast Disease

Many Women Stop Combination Hormone Replacement Therapy

Regular Mammograms in a Woman's 40s Catch Breast Cancer at a Much Earlier Stage

New Role for Tamoxifen as Fertility Drug for Breast Cancer Patients?

Combination Hormone Therapy Associated with Increase in Breast Density