Articles tagged with: breast cancer
There’s a good reason why menopause is called “the change of life.” It can affect just about every part of your body, including your breasts.
Findings from a National Cancer Institute study in the USA show that the link between being overweight and increased cancer risk cannot be ignored.
Researchers at Cleveland Clinic discovered that an androgen receptor is found in both prostate and breast cancers, yet has opposite effects on these diseases.
Any changes in the breast are always best to be checked. If you are experiencing pain, this may help answer some of your questions.
February 4 is World Cancer Day so here are some helpful tips on how to reduce your risk for hormonally based cancers.
Bioidentical doctors have been saying for years how protective progesterone is for breast cancer. Now research seems to have ‘discovered’ it but are we talking about the same thing?
Any woman who has had breast cancer is naturally concerned to avoid any future occurrence and nutritionist Patrick Holford has some practical suggestions on how to do that.
Women are often concerned that their oestrogen levels are low, but it is not the actual level that is as important as where the progesterone level is in relation to it. Treating low progesterone levels is just as important when dealing with your symptoms.
Soy is a preferred alternative to dairy milk and dairy products by many women. However if you have not included soy products before, then it could be entirely the wrong thing if you have a cancer diagnosis.
Are you on the Pill or Coil for menopause symptoms? Users of hormonal contraceptives had a 52% greater risk of having breast cancer according to a recent study from Finland.