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After a mastectomy, some women choose to have breast reconstruction surgery. Recent research examined the factors that may affect that decision.
Regular cancer screenings are widely regarded as an important part of preventive medicine, particularly for people in midlife. But those same screenings might cause more harm than good in older patients facing a limited life expectancy.
Exercise has been associated with many health benefits like reduced heart disease risk and stress. And new research suggests black women may be able to cut their breast cancer risk by working out.
Overweight or obese women may be less likely to see their hormone-related breast cancer return if they take a common over-the-counter medication.
Previous research suggested that a common medicine used to treat osteoporosis had the positive side effect of reducing breast cancer risk. New research suggests that may not be true.