Three Tips for Reducing Your Breast Cancer Risk: Get FIT
One out of every eight women in the United States will face the breast cancer, despite medical advances. Early detection, for example, using tomosynthesis, an innovative technology that provides three-dimensional detailed imaging of the breast, and effective treatments have improved the survival rate of breast cancer patients. In fact, when breast cancer is detected early and confined to the...
Reducing Cancer Risks
My older sister had a mastectomy earlier this year. I
understand that breast cancer runs in families, so now I’m scared to death so
I’m getting tests done myself. Can you offer advice from your natural
perspective? --R.Y. Seattle, Washington
Dear R.Y., Let me say upfront that an anti-cancer lifestyle
-and there is such a thing- is also an anti-breast cancer lifestyle....
Starch Intake Linked to Breast Cancer
and other professionals have often warned that the food
we eat can increase our chances of developing cancer. Now, information is
coming out that shows that our diets can also increase the risk of having a
recurrence of cancer that has already been treated.
Women's Healthy Eating and Living (WHEL) Dietary Intervention Trial, which
monitored women's diets for seven years...
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