Breast Cancer
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Dustin SamplesBreast Cancer | January 24, 2023
Women with breast cancer who had lower perceptions of their cognitive abilities tended to have more anxiety or depression.
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Dustin SamplesPatient Voice | January 9, 2023
Video games are fun, but can a new 'serious game' help women with breast or gynecologic cancer self-advocate?
Dustin SamplesNews | January 5, 2023
Battle and war metaphors are common in the cancer experience. But do they help or hurt?
Emily MenendezTreatment | January 3, 2023
Reduced auditory function is common with taxane- and platinum-based treatments. Here's how you can help your patients.
Emily MenendezBreast Cancer | January 3, 2023
Though treatment has improved, outcomes have diverged since the mid-1980s. What can be done?
Emily MenendezBreast Cancer | December 22, 2022
Hormone replacement therapy is common, but is it safe? What are the risks of estrogen and progesterone therapy?
Leah LawrenceBreast Cancer | December 20, 2022
The local recurrence rates were optimistic for women with multiple ipsilateral breast cancer in one clinical trial.
Leah LawrenceBreast Cancer | December 20, 2022
Results from the DESTINY-Breast03 study indicate survival advantage with the antibody drug conjugate.
Leah LawrenceBreast Cancer | December 20, 2022
Gene recurrence-score trial finds puzzling disparities in outcomes despite similarities in clinical factors.
Leah LawrenceBreast Cancer | August 23, 2022
Nurse-led telephone-based consultations for adjuvant endocrine therapy may increase adherence.
Leah LawrenceConferences | June 16, 2022
Improving access to evidence-based information for caregivers could improve outcomes for patients with breast cancer.
Kerri FitzgeraldConferences | June 14, 2022
Just 38% of patients with breast cancer receive at least 1 palliative care consult following metastatic disease diagnosis.
Kerri FitzgeraldConferences | June 14, 2022
All stakeholders have a role to play in increasing representation in this patient population.
Kerri FitzgeraldConferences | June 14, 2022
A study identified self-reported gaps from healthcare providers associated with providing treatment-related support.
Keightley AmenConferences | June 6, 2022
Research has shown that weight gain and obesity can be associated with an increased risk of developing breast cancer.
Keightley AmenConferences | June 6, 2022
Some research has shown that patients with certain autoimmune diseases have a lower risk of breast cancer.
Keightley AmenConferences | June 6, 2022
“CTCs contribute to the metastatic cascade and represent an independent survival predictor in breast cancer."
Keightley AmenConferences | June 6, 2022
Research has shown that women with breast cancer who live in socioeconomically disadvantaged areas have poorer outcomes.
Keightley AmenConferences | June 5, 2022
Breast cancer that is hormone receptor (HR)-positive tends to be diagnosed early, when it is highly treatable.
Keightley AmenConferences | June 5, 2022
The new research was presented at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting.
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