A Netherlands team of researchers has concluded after a large study conducted from 1999-2012, that early detection of breast cancer with regular mammograms is still the best way to save lives.
Blog archive 2015
According to a large, long-term study recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine, a test called the OncotypeDX can accurately predict whether a breast cancer patient should receive chemotherapy as part of her treatment.
Wishing you had another cup of coffee to make it through the morning? Well, go ahead and grab a cup...
It can be hard to distinguish. Everyone experiences heartburn occasionally after a big, spicy or greasy meal, but you should be aware that your heartburn could be telling a different story.
Dr. Laura Esserman, a surgeon at the University of California San Francisco, is very passionate about a 5 year study that will use technology to improve breast cancer screening and patient outcomes.
The news has been filled with yet another conflicting, new mammography guideline. What to make of the different recommendations? We break it down here.
Earlier this summer the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a study suggesting that the current standard treatment for DCIS may be too aggressive.