Articles Tagged with breast cancer

‘Smash’ Actress Krysta Rodriguez Has Breast Cancer At The Age Of 30

Krysta Rodriguez

Smash actress Krysta Rodriguez has revealed that she has been battling breast cancer since September 2014 but Broadway and television actress Krysta wasn’t about to let something like breast cancer beat her down. According to the Mail 30-year-old Krysta has chosen to start up a blog so she could “live as loudly as I can.”… Read more »

Ten ‘Red Flag’ Symptoms That Could Mean You Have Cancer

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Ten “red flag” symptoms that could be signs of different types of cancer were highlighted in a new report published Wednesday. Daily Mail reports that Cancer Research UK urges the general public to pay close attention to these ten “red flag” cancer symptoms for the sake of being able to detect a confirmed diagnosis as… Read more »

Low-Fat Diet Could Help Women Survive Breast Cancer

A new study reveals that in addition to the other health benefits of a low fat diet, reducing the fat may also help women survive breast cancer.

A new study that was presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium shows that women who have a low fat diet may have a better shot at beating breast cancer and extending their lives than women on conventional American diets. The Women’s Intervention Nutrition Study was conducted by researchers from Los Angeles Biomedical Research… Read more »

Mystery Over 5th Century B.C. Siberian ‘Ice Princess’ Solved

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Discovered in 1993, the Siberian Ice Princess — sometimes also referred to as the Altay Princess, for the region in which she was found — has captured the imaginations of many scientists, for many reasons. She was a well-preserved mummy, to begin with; in fact, she was so well-preserved that her ornate, delicate tattoos were… Read more »

Amy Robach Talks Cancer Recovery One Year After Diagnosis

Amy Robach talks cancer recovery

On October 30, 2013, Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach was diagnosed with breast cancer. Nearly one year later, Robach says she is “nearly 100 percent” cancer free, and is working on shedding light on what she went through in order to help other women. Amy says one of the ways she’s doing this is… Read more »

Wearing Bra Does Not Increase Breast Cancer Risk, Study Finds


The general public has some pretty wild beliefs about breast cancer. One of them would be about bras and how they allegedly contribute to the risk of getting the dreaded disease. Many self-proclaimed health experts like Joseph Mercola assert the unfounded claim of a link between bras and breast cancer. In an article published in… Read more »

Breast Cancer And Abortions, Are They Linked?

Breast cancer and abortions are rumored to be linked. Are they?

Recently, Australian politician Eric Abetz appeared on a program called The Project. There, he was asked if he believed the rumor that abortion leads to breast cancer. “I think the studies, and I think they date back from the 1950s, assert that there is a link between abortion and breast cancer,” Abetz said. Transcripts of… Read more »

Robin Roberts Made Her Mess Her Message (Video)


Millions of viewers watch Robin Roberts every day as an anchor on Good Morning America. Her bright smile and bubbly personality have won the hearts of many people. So, it was difficult to hear the news back in 2007 that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. And if that wasn’t bad enough, according to Forbes,… Read more »

Injection Of Infectious Measles Wiped Out Cancer In Groundbreaking New Study

Mayo Clinic researchers demonstrated in a human the ability to kill cancer with the measles virus.

A remarkable new study used an injection of infectious measles to cure a woman’s cancer, offering renewed hope to terminally ill patients. The new cancer research was published online Wednesday in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings. According toThe Star Tribune, the new discovery offers “proof of concept” that one massive intravenous dose of live and… Read more »

Breast Cancer: Man Denied Mammogram Because Of Gender

Breast Cancer Man Can't Have Mammogram

Breast cancer in a man is less common than it is in women, and for one southwest Florida resident, that has posed a life-threatening issue. According to, Donald Mudd developed a painful lump in the last several weeks. The lump had grown to the size of a golf ball. When Mudd went to see… Read more »

Nipple Injections To Treat Breast Cancer Developed

Nipple injections to treat breast cancer

Doctors in Boston, Massachusetts have announced the investigation of nipple injections to treat breast cancer by injecting cancer-fighting drugs directly into the milk ducts through the nipple. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. Survival rates range from 100 percent for early stage breast… Read more »

Teenage Drinking Could Increase The Risk Of Breast Cancer, Says Study

Teenage Drinking Can Lead To Breast Cancer

New research has showed that, the more alcohol young women drink before motherhood, the greater their risk of future breast cancer. The new research comes from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and links increased breast cancer risk to drinking between early adolescence and first full-term pregnancy according to Science Daily. “More and… Read more »

Boobies Bracelets Can’t Be Banned In Schools, Federal Court Rules

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“Boobies bracelets,” popular in breast cancer awareness literature and merchandise, have proven controversial, but school kids are not being lewd by sporting the accessories, a court ruled. The “boobies bracelets,” like the “save the tatas” campaign, are part of a more direct breast health approach when it comes to awareness. And the issue of cancer… Read more »

Tamoxifen Cheap In The UK: Breast Cancer Prevention Drug Provided By NHS

Tamoxifen Cheap In The UK: Breast Cancer Prevention Drug Provided By NHS

Tamoxifen will be cheap in the UK when the breast cancer prevention drug is made available to at-risk British women by the NHS. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, breast cancer studies have tamoxifen usage should be increased because it saves lives. Research has shown a consistent, prolonged course of endocrine-therapeutic drugs, for women whose… Read more »