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Dairy milk may be a cause of breast cancer, new study finds

In a new study, researchers found that intake of dairy milk is linked to a greater risk of breast cancer in women. They found that...

High doses of vitamin C may help fight cancer

In a new study, researchers found that high doses of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) enhanced immunotherapy, resulting in slowed or stopped tumor growth. The research...

What women need to know about breast cancer and heart disease

Red dresses and pink ribbons have helped millions of Americans become aware of the separate tolls heart disease and breast cancer take on women. But...

Full doses of chemotherapy may improve survival in breast cancer

In a new study, researchers found that maintaining full doses of chemotherapy, especially early in the treatment course, is important for the survival of...

Green neighborhoods may help delay menopause

Living near green spaces is associated with a wide variety of benefits, including a lower risk of obesity, improved attention capacity in children and...

Single HPV vaccine dose may be enough to prevent cervical cancer

In a new study, researchers found that a single dose of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is as effective as multiple doses for preventing...

Breast cancer: eating yoghurt could help build natural microbiome

For each year that a woman breastfeeds, the risk that she will ever develop breast cancer is reduced by 4.3%, on average. The breast, like...

Why eating yogurt may help reduce breast cancer risk

In a new study, researchers suggest that one of the causes of breast cancer may be inflammation triggered by harmful bacteria. Their idea is supported...

Acid reflux drugs may harm memory function in people with breast cancer

In a new study, researchers found that acid reflux drugs recommended to ease stomach problems during cancer treatment may have a harmful side effect:...

New discovery could lead to better breast cancer drugs

In a new study, researchers have found a compound that could be made to attack breast cancer cells differently than current drugs. The research was...

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