- Texts Boost Breast Cancer Screening Numbers
- Promoting Effective Communication About Breast Cancer Overdiagnosis
- Patient Leaflets Don’t Affect Interest in Mammogram Screening
- Genetic Anomalies Linked to Breast Cancer in African American Families
- FDA Approves New Drug for Patients with Advanced Breast Cancer
- Women with Atypical Hyperplasia Have a Higher Risk of Breast Cancer
- Mastectomy Patients Most Satisfied with Breast Reconstruction Using Their Own Tissues
- Follow Up for Breast Cancer Patients
- Helping Breast Cancer Patients Adhere to Hormone Therapy
- Opportunities Identified that Reduce Breast Cancer Screening Patient Burden
All posts tagged "endometrial cancer"
Pap Test Can Be Used to Detect Ovarian and Endometrial Cancers
Using the same samples used to screen for abnormal cervical cells, researchers have now found a way to also screen for ovarian and endometrial cancer. The new test uses DNA sequencing to detect changes that are characteristic...
- Posted January 11, 2013
Coffee Consumption Linked to Reduced Risk of Endometrial Cancer
Drinking coffee has been linked to a reduced risk ofÂ developing certain diseases, and new research shows that endometrial cancer is among them. The recently published study found that women drinking 4 cups per day had a...
- Posted November 28, 2011
Weight Gain in Adulthood Linked to Endometrial Cancer
New research has found a clear link between weight gain and endometrial cancer in postmenopausal women. Scientists examined weight changes in nearly 40,000 women, hypothesizing that yoyo dieting could be linked to disease. They found no link...
- Posted November 1, 2011
150 Minutes Exercise a Week May Reduce Risk of Endometrial Cancer
Women who exercise for 150 minutes a week or more may see a reduced risk of endometrial cancer, despite whether or not they are overweight, according to data presented at the Ninth Annual AACR Frontiers in Cancer...
- Posted November 9, 2010
Vitamin D Can Reduce Increased Risk of Endometrial Cancer in Obese Women
Findings from an animal study suggest that obese women can reduce their increased risk of endometrial disease if they take vitamin D supplements. The scientists report that 25 percent of obese mice fed a vitamin D supplemented...
- Posted September 22, 2010