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Efforts to fight cancer include both treatment and prevention. And researchers recently tested a vaccine to prevent breast cancer recurrence.
Gene mutations associated with higher rates of breast and ovarian cancer may pose a serious risk to Ashkenazi Jewish (AJ) women, even those without a family history of cancer. This prompted a call for more genetic cancer screening.
Some believe breast cancer is more common in developed countries because more women wear bras. But new research may debunk that idea.
Double mastectomy hit the news last year when Angelina Jolie reported having the procedure. But new research suggests that the surgery has been on the rise for over a decade.
After a mastectomy, some women choose to have breast reconstruction surgery. Recent research examined the factors that may affect that decision.