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Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer

A recent study found that radiologists differ in their interpretation of whether a woman has dense breasts based on mammography.

Results from a long-term study indicated that undergoing fertility treatment with in vitro fertilization did not increase women’s risk for breast cancer compared with women in the general population.

A meta-analysis found that a Mediterranean diet with no limits on fat intake may reduce the incidence of breast cancer, as well as several other outcomes, compared to other diets.

A triplet regimen including paclitaxel, capecitabine, and bevacizumab showed efficacy and safety in women with advanced triple-negative breast cancer.

Acupressure, a technique derived from acupuncture, helped improve sleep and relieved chronic fatigue experienced by women treated for breast cancer.

The combination of everolimus and exemestane was deemed generally tolerable with a manageable safety profile in women with advanced HR-positive/HER2-negative breast cancer.

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