Breast Cancer
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Rob DillardBreast Cancer | April 15, 2024
A study assessed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Black and Hispanic breast cancer (BC) survivors.
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Lou PorteroBreast Cancer | April 11, 2024
Researchers observed that the risk of dying from breast cancer in men with HR-positive cancer increased with cancer stage.
Tamara ThomasUrban Health Weekly | April 5, 2024
Andrew Hertler, MD, talks about the importance of prophylactic mastectomy for individuals carrying high-risk gene mutations.
Rachel Freedman, MD, MPHBreast Cancer | April 4, 2024
Dr. Rachel Freedman of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is joined by colleagues to discuss barriers of cancer in breast cancer.
Tamara ThomasBreast Cancer | April 4, 2024
"Rates of post-mastectomy reconstruction in Asian Americans were much lower than non-Asian Americans.”
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | April 1, 2024
Support interventions are needed for managing oral endocrine therapy-related symptoms among Black breast cancer survivors.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | March 28, 2024
Racial disparities exist in the initiation of chemotherapy, with a negative impact on Black women.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | March 15, 2024
A study found racial disparities exist in breast cancer imaging therapy.
Tamara ThomasBreast Cancer | March 12, 2024
Black women were less likely, and Hispanics were more likely to achieve pathologic complete response to Chemo for TNBC.
Urban Health Today EditorsBreast Cancer | March 11, 2024
Prophylactic breast surgery is the most effective way to prevent yourself from getting breast cancer.
Tamara ThomasBreast Cancer | March 4, 2024
Diagnoses of breast cancer in women under 50 have shown a consistent rise over the past two decades.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 28, 2024
Factors such as a systemic mistrust of the health care system may prevent Black women from enrolling in trials for BC.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 28, 2024
Pathologic complete response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy for TNBC and overall survival differ based on race/ethnicity.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 21, 2024
Adding a polygenic risk score is effective at predicting breast cancer risk in Black women.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 21, 2024
Analyzing somatic mutations in Latin American breast cancer patients may play a critical role in treatment planning.
Tamara ThomasBreast Cancer | February 16, 2024
Andrew Hertler, MD, talks about the importance of prophylactic mastectomy for individuals carrying high-risk gene mutations.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 13, 2024
The breast cancer recurrence score for recommending adjuvant chemotherapy may be less accurate for Black women.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 13, 2024
The strong Black woman stereotype is detrimental to the well-being of Black patients with breast and ovarian cancers.
Lou PorteroBreast Cancer | February 13, 2024
Fewer than 2 in 5 Latino women diagnosed received screening within 1 year before their breast cancer diagnosis.
Rob DillardBreast Cancer | February 6, 2024
Using personal care products like nail polish during puberty may be associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.
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