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Here's how positive margin rate in breast cancer patients with DCIS be reduced(Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash)

Here's how positive margin rate in breast cancer patients with DCIS be reduced

ANI |
PUBLISHED ON APR 06, 2021 10:43 AM IST
A new study reveals what reduces the rate of positive margins in patients with a noninvasive breast cancer called ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) that accounts for approximately one of every four new breast cancer cases in the United States
Male breast cancer patients at increased risk of heart disease risk factors: Study(Pexels)
Male breast cancer patients at increased risk of heart disease risk factors: Study(Pexels)

Male breast cancer patients have higher risk of heart disease, says study

ANI |
PUBLISHED ON JAN 26, 2021 11:00 AM IST
  • A new study done by the researchers of Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer and MedStar Washington Hospital Center shows that men who suffer from breast cancer might be more susceptible to cardiovascular diseases.
Study: Androgen therapy can be alternative treatment strategy for breast cancer(Twitter/MoriKessler)
Study: Androgen therapy can be alternative treatment strategy for breast cancer(Twitter/MoriKessler)

Study: Androgen therapy can be alternative treatment strategy for breast cancer

ANI |
PUBLISHED ON JAN 19, 2021 08:07 AM IST
  • A new discovery finds positive role of androgens in breast cancer treatment. Study says androgen therapy has immediate implications for women resistant to current forms of endocrine therapy
A microbe found in the colon and commonly associated with the development of colitis and colon cancer also may play a role in the development of some breast cancers, according to new research(ANI)
A microbe found in the colon and commonly associated with the development of colitis and colon cancer also may play a role in the development of some breast cancers, according to new research(ANI)

Study suggests gut microbe may promote breast cancers

Washington | By Asian News International | Posted by Shivani Kale
UPDATED ON JAN 07, 2021 10:49 AM IST
A microbe found in the colon and commonly associated with the development of colitis and colon cancer also may play a role in the development of some breast cancers, according to new research.
World-first techniques for predicting breast cancer risk from mammograms that were developed could revolutionise breast screening by allowing it to be tailored to women at minimal extra cost.(Unsplash)
World-first techniques for predicting breast cancer risk from mammograms that were developed could revolutionise breast screening by allowing it to be tailored to women at minimal extra cost.(Unsplash)

New mammogram measures of breast cancer risk could revolutionise screening

Washington | By Asian News International | Posted by Shivani Kale
PUBLISHED ON DEC 23, 2020 03:01 PM IST
World-first techniques for predicting breast cancer risk from mammograms that were developed in Melbourne could revolutionise breast screening by allowing it to be tailored to women at minimal extra cost.
Representational Image(Unsolash)
Representational Image(Unsolash)

Physical activity key to reducing menopause symptoms. Here’s how

Washington DC | By Asian News International | Posted by: Alfea Jamal
UPDATED ON DEC 03, 2020 04:17 PM IST
A new study suggests that the intensity and volume of physical activity could mitigate some of the amplified symptoms of menopause.
Representational image(Unsplash)
Representational image(Unsplash)

Breast cancer discovery could help stop disease’s deadly spread: Study

Washington DC | By Asian News International | Posted by: Alfea Jamal
UPDATED ON NOV 20, 2020 11:39 PM IST
University of Virginia Cancer Center researchers have identified a gene responsible for the spread of triple-negative breast cancer to other parts of the body - a process called metastasis - and developed a potential way to stop it.
Go nuts for peanuts!(Shutterstock)
Go nuts for peanuts!(Shutterstock)

Peanuts can reduce your risk of breast cancer. Here are 5 other things this nut can do for you

HealthShots | By Shreya Gupta
UPDATED ON NOV 16, 2020 04:50 PM IST
Moongfali is not only versatile and much cheaper than other nuts. But did you know that the benefits of peanuts also extend to your health?
A team of McGill University researchers has found these ‘hot spots’ inside aggressive and invasive breast cancer tumours.(Pixabay)
A team of McGill University researchers has found these ‘hot spots’ inside aggressive and invasive breast cancer tumours.(Pixabay)

Scientists discover aggressive ‘hot spots’ inside breast cancer tumours

Quebec [Canada] | By Asian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta
PUBLISHED ON NOV 01, 2020 06:08 PM IST
By using a novel technique, researchers have found tiny and previously undetectable ‘hot spots’ of extremely high stiffness inside breast cancer tumours.
In picture - Building lit with pink light on the occasion of the breast cancer awareness month in Karachi on October 10, 2020.(AFP)
In picture - Building lit with pink light on the occasion of the breast cancer awareness month in Karachi on October 10, 2020.(AFP)

Study finds Indian, Pakistani women prone to aggressive forms of breast cancer

Press Trust of India | By Press Trust of India | Posted by Srivatsan K C
PUBLISHED ON OCT 26, 2020 04:15 PM IST
The study, published in the International Journal of Cancer, examined the characteristics of breast cancer among Indian and Pakistani-American and non-Hispanic white women in the US.
The study, published in the International Journal of Cancer, examined the characteristics of breast cancer among Indian and Pakistani-American and non-Hispanic white women.(Pixabay)
The study, published in the International Journal of Cancer, examined the characteristics of breast cancer among Indian and Pakistani-American and non-Hispanic white women.(Pixabay)

Indian, Pakistani women diagnosed with more aggressive breast cancer at younger age: Study

Houston | By Press Trust of India | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta
UPDATED ON OCT 26, 2020 03:49 PM IST
Indian and Pakistani women are diagnosed with breast cancer, including more aggressive forms, at a younger age.
The link between diabetes and breast cancer.(Kantor Tegalsari from the Noun Project (via Creative Commons))
The link between diabetes and breast cancer.(Kantor Tegalsari from the Noun Project (via Creative Commons))

Diabetes can increase your mom’s risk of breast cancer after menopause

HealthShots | By Geetika Sachdev
UPDATED ON OCT 22, 2020 09:59 AM IST
Diabetes is one of the most common conditions prevalent today, but not many know it increases the risk of breast cancer amongst women. Here’s why.
Dr Jajini Varghese has been honoured for her “incredible” scientific contributions to diagnosing and treating breast cancer.(Getty Images file photo for representation)
Dr Jajini Varghese has been honoured for her “incredible” scientific contributions to diagnosing and treating breast cancer.(Getty Images file photo for representation)

Dr Jajini Varghese, Indian-origin oncoplastic surgeon honored Outstanding Young Person 2020

London | By Press Trust of India | Posted by Deepali Sharma
PUBLISHED ON OCT 19, 2020 11:08 PM IST
The medic refers to herself as “a timid woman of small stature” in quite a male-dominated arena of plastic surgery.
The study, led by a team of researchers from Purdue University was published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials.(Unsplash)
The study, led by a team of researchers from Purdue University was published in the journal Advanced Functional Materials.(Unsplash)

Study unveils novel testing platform designed for breast cancer cells

Indiana [US] | By Asian News International | Posted by Jahnavi Gupta
UPDATED ON OCT 06, 2020 05:39 PM IST
Researchers have developed a novel testing platform to evaluate how breast cancer cells respond to the recurrent stretching that occurs in the lungs during breathing.
Discovery of anti-cancer properties of the red sandalwood tree seeds is being hailed as a progressive development for cancer treatment.(HT photo)
Discovery of anti-cancer properties of the red sandalwood tree seeds is being hailed as a progressive development for cancer treatment.(HT photo)

Bihar researcher finds anti-breast cancer property in red sandalwood seeds

Hindustan Times, Patna | By Ruchir Kumar | Edited by Abhinav Sahay
UPDATED ON SEP 10, 2020 10:55 AM IST
The findings of the study can be used for treatment of breast cancer after clinical and pre-clinical trials, says one of the researchers.
Arjun Rampal has shared a throwback picture with late mom Gwen Rampal.
Arjun Rampal has shared a throwback picture with late mom Gwen Rampal.

Arjun Rampal pens note for late mom on Teacher’s Day: ‘Was bit awkward to sit in her class then, but would love to turn back clock’

Hindustan Times, New Delhi | By HT Entertainment Desk
UPDATED ON SEP 05, 2020 02:58 PM IST
Arjun Rampal has shared a touching Teacher’s Day note, remembering his late mother Gwen Rampal, who was an English literature and history teacher by profession. She died of breast cancer in 2018.
Patients with hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer receiving oestrogen therapy along with cycles of a fasting-mimicking diet seemed to experience metabolic changes similar to those observed in mice in the study. (Representational Image)(Unsplash)
Patients with hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer receiving oestrogen therapy along with cycles of a fasting-mimicking diet seemed to experience metabolic changes similar to those observed in mice in the study. (Representational Image)(Unsplash)

Fasting diet, hormone therapy may help cure breast cancer: Study

Milan [Italy] | By Asian News International | Posted by Saumya Sharma
UPDATED ON JUL 23, 2020 03:10 PM IST
Hormone therapy and fasting-mimicking diet have shown promising results, but researchers say it is still too early to determine whether the effects will be confirmed in large-scale clinical trials.
Triple-negative breast cancer is aggressive and lacks oestrogen receptors, progesterone receptors and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2, which means it cannot be treated with receptor-targeted therapy. (Representational Image)(Unsplash)
Triple-negative breast cancer is aggressive and lacks oestrogen receptors, progesterone receptors and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2, which means it cannot be treated with receptor-targeted therapy. (Representational Image)(Unsplash)

New nano drug kills aggressive, sometimes fatal breast cancer cells

Arkansas [USA] | By Asian News International | Posted by Saumya Sharma
UPDATED ON JUL 21, 2020 11:58 AM IST
Triple-negative breast cancer is one of the most aggressive and fatal types of breast cancer. Cytotoxic chemotherapy is the only approved treatment for this type of breast cancer.
Ain’t nothing like seasonal fruits! Markets are filled with jamun, and we give you a low down on which other fruits must be in your basket when you shop next.
Ain’t nothing like seasonal fruits! Markets are filled with jamun, and we give you a low down on which other fruits must be in your basket when you shop next.

Fruity bites: Savour the goodness of seasonal delights

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By Naina Arora
UPDATED ON JUL 21, 2020 07:30 AM IST
Don’t miss out the fresh fruits available in this season. Packed with vitamins and nutrients, they allow you to make popsicles, jams, smoothies, and what not!
Tarun Wadhwa’s 3rd Stanza has been selected for Indian Film Festival Stuttgart 2020.
Tarun Wadhwa’s 3rd Stanza has been selected for Indian Film Festival Stuttgart 2020.

The tall success of a short film

Hindustan Times | By Drishti Vij
UPDATED ON JUL 19, 2020 08:11 AM IST
3rd Stanza is an ode to modern-day relationships and has garnered international success.
Increasing awareness for Breast Cancer(Pixabay)
Increasing awareness for Breast Cancer(Pixabay)

Breast Cancer Awareness: All you need to know about the disease, its symptoms and more

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By hindustantimes.com
UPDATED ON JUL 13, 2020 07:47 PM IST
Breast Cancer is the leading cause of cancer related deaths among women.
People queue up to buy medicines at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital in Ludhiana on Thursday.(HT PHOTO)
People queue up to buy medicines at Dayanand Medical College and Hospital in Ludhiana on Thursday.(HT PHOTO)

Covid-19: Ludhiana faces shortage of medicines

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Mohit Khanna
UPDATED ON MAR 26, 2020 11:06 PM IST
Crisis: Most govt hospitals run out of supplies; ‘delivery boys being harassed by cops’
Most women around the world unhappy with their breast size.(Unsplash)
Most women around the world unhappy with their breast size.(Unsplash)

Most women around the world unhappy with their breast size

Washington D.C. | By Asian News International
UPDATED ON FEB 07, 2020 10:31 AM IST
Women in Brazil, Japan, China, Egypt, and the UK have the greatest breast size dissatisfaction - the difference between their current breast size and their ideal breast size.

47% jump in cancer patients at PGIMER in 7 years

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON FEB 04, 2020 12:23 AM IST
Around 53% patients registered for treatment were men, among whom the leading type of cancer was head and neck (27%)
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s sister Syama Tamshi Siddiqui has died at the age of 26.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s sister Syama Tamshi Siddiqui has died at the age of 26.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s sister dies at 26 after 8-year battle with cancer: reports

UPDATED ON DEC 07, 2019 06:18 PM IST
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s sister Syama Tamshi Siddiqui passed away at the age of 26. She was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 18.
The researchers found that women who used hair straighteners at least every five to eight weeks were about 30 per cent more likely to develop breast cancer.(UNSPLASH)
The researchers found that women who used hair straighteners at least every five to eight weeks were about 30 per cent more likely to develop breast cancer.(UNSPLASH)

Here’s how hair products, straighteners increase breast cancer risk

New York | By Indo Asian News Service
UPDATED ON DEC 04, 2019 02:32 PM IST
The researchers found that women who used hair straighteners at least every five to eight weeks were about 30 per cent more likely to develop breast cancer.
After identifying the chemical fingerprints of breast cancer cells, and observing how they change, the researchers used this information to train complex machine learning algorithms to identify four subtypes of cancer.(Shutterstock)
After identifying the chemical fingerprints of breast cancer cells, and observing how they change, the researchers used this information to train complex machine learning algorithms to identify four subtypes of cancer.(Shutterstock)

Scientists develop a new AI breast cancer diagnostic tool

Asian News International | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON DEC 03, 2019 04:32 PM IST
Scientists are developing a new way to identify the unique chemical ‘fingerprints’ for different types of breast cancers.
Breast cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among women in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.(Shutterstock)
Breast cancer is the most common non-skin cancer among women in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.(Shutterstock)

Mammography screening every two years yields more advanced-stage cancers

Asian News International | By Asian News International
UPDATED ON NOV 29, 2019 01:52 PM IST
The study was discussed in a meeting, ‘105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America-RSNA 2019.’
HT Image
HT Image

Chandigarh witnessed 9.7% hike in cancer cases between 2016-18

Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Amanjeet Singh Salyal
PUBLISHED ON NOV 28, 2019 01:37 AM IST
Maximum prevalence is of breast cancer followed by colon and lung cancer mostly found in affluent societies, say experts
Tahira’s husband, actor Ayushmann Khurrana, has been supportive in her journey. He also kept the karva chauth fast on behalf of Tahira two years in a row because she is on medication.
Tahira’s husband, actor Ayushmann Khurrana, has been supportive in her journey. He also kept the karva chauth fast on behalf of Tahira two years in a row because she is on medication.

Tahira Kashyap: Family, husband’s support important for women with breast cancer

Indo Asian News Service | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON NOV 27, 2019 03:17 PM IST
Author-filmmaker Tahira Kashyap, who recently joined the five-kilometre women’s marathon Pinkathon run, says family and husbands support is important for women who battling breast cancer.
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