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Black and Hispanic Women May Have Higher Risk of Lymphedema

Among women who had breast cancer surgery and axillary lymph node dissection, Black and Hispanic women were more likely to develop lymphedema than white women, as were women who received chemotherapy before surgery, rather than after surgery.

After DCIS, About One in Five Invasive Breast Cancers Unrelated to Original DCIS

In the years following a DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ) diagnosis, about one in five invasive breast cancers that developed were not related to the original DCIS lesion.

16 jun 2022 | Diagnosis
Lying Facedown for Radiation Therapy Causes Fewer Skin Side Effects in Women With Large Breasts

During external whole-breast radiation therapy for breast cancer, women with large breasts who lay facedown had fewer skin side effects than women who lay faceup.

Hormone-Free Medicine for Hot Flashes Shows Promise

Fezolinetant, an experimental medicine that doesn’t contain hormones, has successfully treated hot flashes.

Many Black Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients Never Informed About Clinical Trials

Many Black people diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer never find out about clinical trials from their doctors even though most of them are open to participating in one.

9 jun 2022 | Ethnicity y Diagnosis
Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Higher Breast Cancer Risk in Black and Hispanic Women

Black and Hispanic women who had low levels of vitamin D in their blood were more likely to develop breast cancer than women with sufficient levels.

4 may 2022 | Ethnicity y Risk Factors
People Receiving Recent Cancer Treatment Have Worse COVID-19 Outcomes, Study Shows

People who received cancer treatment within three months of being diagnosed with COVID-19 had a higher risk of being hospitalized, being admitted to intensive care, or dying from COVID-19 than people who haven’t been diagnosed with cancer.

27 ene 2022 | Diagnosis
3D Mammograms Reduce Risk of Advanced-Stage Disease in Women With Extremely Dense Breasts and High Risk of Breast Cancer

In women with extremely dense breasts and a high risk of breast cancer, screening with 3D mammograms — rather than 2D digital mammograms — was linked to a lower risk of advanced-stage disease.

Some Older Women With Luminal A Breast Cancer May Be Able To Skip Radiation After Lumpectomy

Women ages 55 and older diagnosed with early-stage, estrogen receptor-positive, progesterone receptor-positive, HER2-negative breast cancer that had low levels of Ki67 protein and a very low risk of recurrence were able to safely skip radiation after lumpectomy.

A New Standard of Care? Enhertu Improves Survival in People With Metastatic HER2-Low Breast Cancer

Compared with doctors’ choice of chemotherapy, Enhertu (chemical name: fam-trastuzumab-deruxtecan-nxki) improved both progression-free survival and overall survival in people diagnosed with previously treated metastatic HER2-low breast cancer.

Financial Problems Linked to Worse Cancer Survival

In the United States, people receiving breast cancer treatment had higher mortality risk when they had financial problems versus when they didn’t.

29 abr 2022 | Day-to-Day Matters
Screening Mammography Rates Drop in Breast Cancer Survivors

Rates of screening mammograms among women who’ve received breast cancer treatment have declined since 2009, especially among women ages 40 to 49.

Which Breast Cancer Surgery Offers Better Long-Term Quality of Life?

Women were satisfied with their breasts 10 years after either lumpectomy and radiation or mastectomy and reconstruction for early-stage breast cancer. Still, women who had lumpectomy and radiation had better psychosocial and sexual well-being.

6 may 2022 | Surgery
Chemotherapy, Belly Fat, and Fitness Affect Vaccine Response in Breast Cancer Survivors

Previous chemotherapy treatment, more belly fat, and being less physically fit led to a lower immune response to a typhoid vaccine in women who’d been treated for breast cancer.

18 may 2022 | Exercise y Chemotherapy
Infertile Men May Have Much Higher Breast Cancer Risk

Infertility seems to double the risk of breast cancer in men.

ASCO Issues Guidelines on Exercise, Diet, and Weight Management During Cancer Treatment

Doctors should recommend regular aerobic and resistance exercise for people receiving cancer treatment.

26 may 2022 | Exercise
Breast Cancer Treatment Linked to Increased Risk of Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

Women with a history of invasive breast cancer had a higher risk of developing high blood pressure and diabetes than women without a history of breast cancer.

26 may 2022 | Diagnosis y Side Effects
Vaccinated People Diagnosed With Cancer Have Higher Risk of Breakthrough COVID-19 Infection

People diagnosed with cancer who’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine have a higher risk of a breakthrough COVID infection than vaccinated people without cancer.

6 may 2022
Trodelvy Slightly Improves Progression-Free Survival for Pre-treated Metastatic Hormone Receptor-Positive, HER2-Negative Breast Cancer

Trodelvy (chemical name: sacituzumab govitecan-hziy) slightly improved progression-free survival in people diagnosed with metastatic hormone receptor-positive, HER2-negative breast cancer previously treated with hormonal therapy, a CDK4/6 inhibitor, and multiple lines of chemotherapy.

Herceptin Biosimilar for Breast Cancer Now Available in US Market

Kanjinti (trastuzumab-anns), a biosimilar for Herceptin used to treat people diagnosed with HER2-positive breast cancer, is now available in the United States.

24 jul 2019 | Diagnosis y Targeted Therapy
People Diagnosed With Cancer Benefit From Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

People diagnosed with cancer developed COVID-19 antibodies after receiving the Moderna vaccine, but at lower levels than people who hadn’t been diagnosed with cancer.

29 mar 2022 | Diagnosis
Sitting More, Inactivity Linked to Worse Outcomes for Cancer Survivors

Not exercising and lots of sitting can be harmful for cancer survivors.

25 mar 2022 | Exercise
Tool May Help Predict Fatigue After Breast Cancer Treatment

Researchers have developed a tool that may help doctors figure out who has the highest risk of fatigue after breast cancer treatment.

24 mar 2022 | Side Effects
Women More Likely To Have Severe Side Effects From Cancer Treatment

Women are 34% more likely to have severe side effects during and after cancer treatment than men.

23 mar 2022 | Side Effects
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