Good News About Endocrine Therapy … [Read more...] about Good News About Endocrine Therapy
Tamoxifen (Nolvadex) has been used for over 40 years to treat hormone-receptor positive early, locally advanced and metastatic breast cancers. … [Read more...] about Low Dose Tamoxifen
February 7th has been designated as National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD), a day coordinated by the Strategic Leadership Council, a component of CDC (The Center for Disease Control). The council collaborates with local agencies and health departments Nationwide to spread the word about HIV … [Read more...] about Did you know that thousands of African Americans don’t know their HIV status? Do you?
For years we have been treating Oncotype DX Low Recurrence Risk patients with endocrine therapy ( ie:Tamoxifen; Aromatase Inhibitors ), and High Recurrence Risk patients with chemotherapy and endocrine therapy but we have not known the outcome of patients at Intermediate Recurrence Risk . … [Read more...] about Which patients need Chemotherapy?
Researchers have found that limiting the amino acid asparagine in lab mice with triple negative breast cancer reduces the ability of the cancer to spread to distant sites in the body. … [Read more...] about Diet and Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Drinking alcohol increases your risk of cancer. … [Read more...] about Drinking alcohol increases your risk of cancer
The 2018 Staging Guidelines for Breast Cancer in the 8th Edition of AJCC (American Joint Commission on Cancer) incorporates a clinical prognosis stage and pathological prognostic stage in addition to anatomic stage. … [Read more...] about Staging patients helps physicians make decisions on how to treat a patient.
Obesity is strongly associated with the risk of cancer. However most recently research done by the American Association for Cancer Research Special Conference Obesity and Cancer from January 2018 found that Premenopausal women with normal body Mass index (BMI) had an increased risk for invasive … [Read more...] about Obesity is strongly associated with the risk of cancer