New studies may show that starting hormone therapy near the start of menopause may increase breast cancer risks more than if hormone replacement therapy takes place some time after menopause.
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Common menopause symptom, hot flashes, may reduce the risks of developing breast cancer according to a new study. Researchers found both hot flashes and night sweats to be related in this study.
Clinical trials of a new Sanofi-Aventis drug, iniparib, showed dismal results at treating and improving survival rates of patients with breast cancer.
The chances of a woman with an eating disorder having an abortion far exceeds that of a woman who does not have an eating disorder.
When analyzing the diseased cells under a microscope, there is a protein that binds two separate diseases together.
A new report explains that women may not experience any mental health issues after having an abortion.
Federal health officials explain that certain types of breast implants may increase risks of having anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), a very rare cancer.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force recommendation may have overlooked evidence that could save lives.
Researchers found that women who are regular smokers, specifically prior to menopause, notice much higher risks of breast cancer when compared to women who do not smoke.
Based on the barriers or troubles mothers may experience, Dr. Regina Benjamin, the U.S. Surgeon General, is working to make breastfeeding an easier process for women.