Blood Test Could Predict Breast Cancer’s Return
THURSDAY, August 27, 2015 (Discovery News) — An experimental blood test may be able to predict whether a woman with breast cancer will suffer a relapse months before new tumors would be detectable on scans, researchers said Wednesday.
Study fuels push for FDA e-cigarette regulation
TUESDAY, August 18, 2015 (Modern Healthcare) — As the healthcare and retail industries await federal regulation on electronic cigarettes, a new JAMA study has found that young e-smokers are more likely to try tobacco than those who have never “vaped.”
NIH Funded Study Finds New Way to Detect Breast Cancer
WEDNESDAY, August 12, 2015 (The Hill)
A National Institutes of Health-funded study published Wednesday says researchers have found a way to detect recurrent breast cancer in its early stages.
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University found they
Senate Legislation Mirrors House PALS Act in calling for a two-year moratorium on USPSTF breast cancer screening recommendations
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August 7, 2015
WASHINGTON – The Prevent Cancer Foundation praises the leadership of Senators Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) for introducing the
Birth Control Pills Give Women Dramatic Anti-Cancer Benefits WEDNESDAY, August 5, 2015 (Forbes)– Women now have a surprising new reason to go on the pill.
Birth control pills have been around since the 1960s, when they offered women a revolutionary degree of control over their reproductive capabilities. Over
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The Cancer Epidemic in Central Appalachia
SUNDAY, July 19, 2015 (Newsweek) — Seen from above, the Appalachian
This article was published here by Bloomberg.
by Zachary Tracer
July 20, 2015- 8:40 PM EDT
Two U.S. representatives are pushing back against a recommendation from an expert panel that could limit free breast-cancer screenings for younger women.
Renee Ellmers, a North Carolina Republican, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Florida
More evidence smoking raises risk of death from breast cancer
WEDNESDAY, July 22, 2015 (FOX News) — Long-time smokers may face an increased risk of death if they develop breast cancer, according to a Japanese study that adds to a growing body of evidence highlighting the
Gardasil HPV Vaccine Safety Assessed In Most Comprehensive Study To Date WEDNESDAY, July 15, 2015 (Forbes) — The largest review of the available evidence on the quadrivalent, or four-strain, HPV vaccine Gardasil, has found no evidence of any serious short-term or long-term safety issues. Bringing together the
Local “Mammovan” provides free screenings to an underserved population
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July 13, 2015
Contact: Lisa Berry
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A mobile mammography unit dubbed the “Mammovan,” operated by the Medical Faculty Associates of George Washington University’s Breast Cancer Center, will be visiting Springfield, VA on Tuesday,
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