of physical and psychosocial long-term and late effects of breast cancer and treatment, health promotion, and care coordination and practice implications. ... of breast cancer and treatment, health promotion, and care coordination and practice
Jacqueline Fincher, FACP, is vigilant in her management of patients with breast cancer. ... That connection has become more important with so many more women surviving breast cancer.
The model used data about breast density, distribution of breast cancer molecular subtypes, age, stage at which treatment is started, and nonbreast cancer mortality in Black and White women. ... However, as this study showed, a failure to consider race
women with an approximately 20% to 25% or greater lifetime risk of breast cancer. ... Tamoxifen and raloxifene halve the incidence of breast cancer among women at increased risk.
women who had breast cancer surgery and were at increased risk for postoperative upper limb disability. ... of early exercise for women at high risk of shoulder problems and upper limb morbidity after non-reconstructive breast cancer treatment,” they
Breast cancer risk was analyzed according to hormone replacement therapy (HRT) regimen, whether estrogen only or combined estrogen and progestogen. ... HRT use and breast cancer than other recent research, as well as more pronounced declines in risk once
The release last November of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's new guidelines on screening for breast cancer prompted an immediate firestorm. ... As always, we want to hear from you. If you have an opinion about the breast cancer screening
The main outcome measures were incident invasive breast cancer and death from breast cancer. ... The breast cancer death rate was similar to that expected from national mortality rates during the first five years after DCIS diagnosis but increased
Guidelines on breast cancer screening from the European Commission Initiative on Breast Cancer have important differences from U.S. ... guidelines, according to a recent synopsis and editorial. The European Commission Initiative for Breast Cancer
a woman without current signs or symptoms of breast cancer, with the goal to detect disease as early as possible. ... According to this study, which one of the following was true regarding recurrent breast cancer?