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A new study finds living in areas with high levels of air pollution, especially small particulate matter, may increase your risk of developing breast cancer.
Women with a certain type of early-stage breast cancer may be able to omit radiation therapy.
A new study finds, in general, drinking alcohol after breast cancer does not appear to the risk of recurrence or dying from the disease.
A new study finds breast cancer screening after the age of 70 may be leading to overdiagnosis, unnecessary procedures and anxiety.
Women who undergo regular mammogram screenings prior to a breast cancer diagnosis cut their risk of death from the disease by 72%, new research shows.
A new study suggests Black women should begin breast cancer screening at the age of 42. Current U.S. guidelines recommend screening for the general female population begin at 50.
Researchers test ChatGPT using 25 questions about breast cancer screening. While most of the responses were appropriate, they warn about the downsides of this new technology.
Researchers compared standard 2D digital mammography to a newer technology known as DBT and found DBT detected more cancer with fewer false positives.
Researchers compare 4 common supplemental breast cancer tests and find breast MRI is the most effective at detecting cancer in women with dense breasts.
Younger breast cancer patients who want to have children can pause hormone therapy without increasing their risk of recurrence, researchers find.
Overall, fewer American women are dying of breast cancer, but an “alarming” racial/ethnic gap remains, according to the American Cancer Society.