Researchers conducted a population-based cohort study to better understand the risk factors for endocrine therapy discontinuation and nonadherence among men with hormone-positive breast cancer.
Researchers sought to measure psychological distress in patients at a safety net hospital, where language, cultural, and access barriers are more common.
A meta-analysis suggests interventions may provide benefits to women with breast cancer in multiple areas of sexual health.
Researchers sought to determine the risks associated with alcohol consumption in survivors of breast cancer.
Researchers sought to determine whether dietary supplementation use improved survival or was a detriment for patients with newly diagnosed breast cancer.
Women in low-income populations may be at a higher risk of breast cancer mortality due to access barriers. How has COVID-19 affected their ability to get breast cancer screenings?
A new study revealed that many women appear willing to make tradeoffs that increased breast cancer risk to avoid treatment-related side effects.
Researchers sought to determine the effect of breast MRI on women with DCIS before, during, and after undergoing breast MRI.
Results of an analysis conducted via interviews with breast cancer survivors revealed the common areas of concern patients have regarding the costs of their care.
Survivors of breast cancer may be at an increased risk of second cancer in accordance with an elevated body mass index.