Breast Cancer

Studies Published From April 2006 - June 2006


Study Uncovers Significant Functional Differences of Novel Estrogen Receptor

Research Links Protein to Breast Cancer Migration

Treatment Drug May Cause Jawbone Disease

Pre-menopausal African-American Women More Likely to Have Certain Type of Breast Cancer

Reclassification of Breast Cancer Stages

Vitamin D and Calcium Supplements Have Varied Effects on Breast Cancer Risk

Sharing Clinical Trial Results Strongly Favored by Participants

Race and Income Converge to Shape Women's Experience with Advanced Breast Cancer

Survival Benefit Seen for Early Breast Cancer Patients Switched from Tamoxifen to Aromasin

Researchers Isolate Signaling Pathway That Spurs Breast Cancer Spread

Scientists Identify Gene Mutation Potentially Involved in Breast Cancer Initiation

Concentrated Doses of Radiotherapy Shown to be Better in Treating Breast Cancer

MR Spectroscopy Significantly Reduces Need for Breast Biopsy

New Genetic Test for Breast Cancer

Dartmouth Researchers Test New Technique to Examine Breast Tissue

Use of Breast MRI Can Be Cost-Effective for Some Women at High Risk of Breast Cancer

Obesity Linked to All Types of Breast Cancer

Statin Use Does Not Cause Breast Cancer

Radiation Therapy is Associated with Lower Risk of Breast Cancer Recurrence in Elderly Women

Pak1 Expression Increases Tamoxifen Resistance in Breast Cancer Patients

Long-Term Estrogen Therapy Linked to Breast Cancer Risk

Genetic Variants and Breast Cancer Risk

Studying the Benefits of Tibetan Yoga for Women with Breast Cancer

Lobular Breast Cancer Can Be Managed as Ductal Cancer

Study Finds Breast Conservation is a Good Option for DCIS

Inhibiting Cell Process May Give Cancer Drug a Boost

Nanoparticles May Help Detect and Treat Breast Tumors

Italian Researchers Find Fenretinide Cuts the Risk of Second Breast Cancers in Young Women

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy Associated with Better Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Patients

Inflammation Markers Identify Fatigue in Breast Cancer Survivors

Terahertz Imaging May Reduce Breast Cancer Surgeries

Chemotherapy Gel May Fight Breast Cancer and Reduce Breast Deformity

Many Breast Cancer Survivors Not Getting Recommended Mammograms

Number of Pregnancies Associated With Decreased Breast Cancer Risk in BRCA1 and BRCA2 Mutation Carriers

Study Finds No Link Between Breast Implants and Cancer Risk

Use of Estrogen by Postmenopausal Women Does Not Increase Risk of Breast Cancer

Appetite-Inducing Hormone Receptor Found Active in Breast Cancer

Hormone Use Linked to Increased Breast Cancer Risk Among Black Women

New Risks Identified After Early Breast Cancer

Soy Foods Associated with Small Reduction in Risk of Breast Cancer

Initial Results of the Study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene (STAR) Released

Mammography Screenings for Breast Cancer Show Racial and Ethnic Disparities

Dietary Flavonoids May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

Vitamin D Examined for Impact on Breast and Ovarian Cancers

Newer Chemotherapies Improve Outcomes for Some Types of Breast Cancer

Developing a Breath Test to Detect Breast Cancer

COX-2 Inhibitors May Significantly Reduce Risk of Cancer

Racial Differences in Triple Negative Breast Tumors Among Women in Atlanta

The Relation of Overall and Central Obesity to Risk of Breast Cancer in African-American Women

Underserved African-Americans and White Women with Breast Cancer Have Similar Prognostic Profiles for Estrogen Receptor and Tumor Grade

Lack of Response to Herceptin May Be Reversed with Addition of a PI3K Inhibitor

Study Finds Two Genes That May Predict Outcome for Breast Cancer Patients

Predicting the Recurrence of High-Risk Breast Cancers