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Relationship status influences sexual problems and self-efficacy in breast cancer survivors.(Unsplash)

Relationship status influences sexual problems and self-efficacy in breast cancer survivors: Study

Asian News International | By Asian News International, Washington D.c. [usa]
UPDATED ON APR 18, 2019 01:59 PM IST
Adjuvant endocrine therapy (AET), such as tamoxifen, is often recommended for postmenopausal women for as long as 10 years after completion of breast cancer treatment as a means to limit the risk of cancer recurrence.
Incidence of breast cancer has increased by 20 to 30% since the last decade.(Shutterstock)
Incidence of breast cancer has increased by 20 to 30% since the last decade.(Shutterstock)

Breast cancer: Symptoms, treatment, and lifestyle changes to protect you from it

Hindustan Times | By Soma Das
UPDATED ON JUN 23, 2018 08:40 AM IST
Breast cancer cases have seen a rise over the last decade, and Indian women are especially at risk of this deadly disease. Here’s everything you need to know about its cause, symptoms, the latest treatments and how to protect yourself from it.
The study shows that most women with breast cancer don’t need treatment beyond surgery and hormone therapy.(Shutterstock)
The study shows that most women with breast cancer don’t need treatment beyond surgery and hormone therapy.(Shutterstock)

Early-stage breast cancer patients may not require chemo, says new study

Associated Press | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 04, 2018 10:27 AM IST
A landmark study says that most women with early-stage breast cancer can now safely skip chemotherapy without hurting their chances of beating the disease.
Breast cancer is the second-most frequent cancer worldwide and the most common cancer in women.(Shutterstocl)
Breast cancer is the second-most frequent cancer worldwide and the most common cancer in women.(Shutterstocl)

There’s no high death risk for breast cancer patients who are suffering from heart ailments

Indo Asian News Service, London | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 09, 2018 05:12 PM IST
Good risk management in the hospitals as well as control screenings at short intervals seem to make up for elevated risks, said researchers from the German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ) in Heidelberg.
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