A data analysis reveals the likelihood of older women with to ER-positive DCIS to initiate and adhere to adjuvant tamoxifen or aromatase inhibitors.
Human papillomavirus (HPV)-negative women have low long-term incidence of cervical cancer and CIN3+, which supports an extension of the cervical screening interval beyond five years for some, according to a study.
Overall, 66.2 and 69.1 percent of women perceive high PCP engagement and communication
Postmenopausal women who stayed on a low fat diet for an extended time had a reduced risk of death from invasive breast cancers, according to clinical trial data.
The BRCA1 mutation may speed the aging of a woman's ovaries,according to a recent report.
Older women with diabetes and cancer taking metformin saw an increase in survival.
Latina women in the United States nearly doubled their rate of screening for breast cancer after visits from a health-promoting promotora.
Nurse-based telephone follow-up was as effective as traditional hospital based follow-up for for stage I endometrial cancer.
Offering free pap smears for cervical cancer screening did not increase pap smear frequency in low income women, even though low income and socioeconomic status are more likely to predict women skipping pap smears.
Among women aged up to 49 years with a pregnancy-associated melanoma, recurrence rates were higher than seen in other groups.
Findings in women aged 40 to 49 years with estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer showed a restoration of ovarian function with letrozole treatment following undergo chemotherapy-induced amenorrhea.
An increased risk of breast cancer observed in women with hyperthyroidism, and a lower risk for hypothyroidism.
Among young women diagnosed with breast cancer, frequency of testing 95 percent in 2013
Highest rates of false-positive mammography results and additional imaging seen for women 40 to 49 years old.
Researchers report that expansion of Medicaid coverage is improving access to mammograms in the United States.
Incidence of Undetected Cancer in Patients Undergoing Gynecologic Surgery for a Benign Condition Higher Than EstimatedDecember 04, 2015
Researchers in Massachusetts sought to determine how frequently cancer is diagnosed in women after undergoing gynecologic surgery for a problem believed to be benign.
A large international study shows that breastfeeding is associated with a lower risk of developing hormone-receptor-negative breast cancer. This breastfeeding meta-analysis shows the risk was reduced by up to 20% in women who breastfed.
Non-Hispanic black women have higher endometrial cancer incidence and lower survival across all stages and subtypes.
With the availability of tomosynthesis mammography, should women at high risk for developing breast cancer still undergo annual MRI?
Small number of occult malignancies subsequently diagnosed among pregnant women whose results showed chromosomal abnormalities.
No significant difference in breast cancer deaths seen in counties with higher screening and detection rates.
The links between demographic, treatment, and socioeconomic factors and breast cancer survival were examined in a recent study.
Embryo cryopreservation after aromatase inhibitor treatment and ovarian stimulation preserves fertility for patients with breast cancer, according to a study published online.
A false breast cancer diagnosis can have long-lasting psychological effects.
Women ages 50 to 69 years who attend mammography screening reduce their risk of dying from breast cancer by 40% compared with women who are not screened, according to the latest evidence.
Women contribute approximately $3 trillion to health care globally, much of which is unrecognized.
A new research review indicates that breast screening in the 40s may not prevent breast cancer deaths, but the conclusion among researchers wasn't unanimous.
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) can be employed as a less-invasive means to detect cancer in expecting mothers.
Not all women with dense breasts have a high enough breast cancer risk to justify additional imaging after a normal mammogram, according to a recent study.
Low-income and women without insurance in states that are not expanding their Affordable Care Act (ACA) Medicaid coverage are less likely to receive breast and cervical cancer screenings.
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