Is Breast Cancer A Random Event?

March 3, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy

There are many known and proven risk factors for breast cancer: age, family history, use of oral contraceptives,

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Skin Gel Containing Tamoxifen As Effective As Oral Preparation For Non-Invasive Breast Cancer

March 3, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy

Women whose breast tumors express estrogen receptors are frequently given the anti-estrogen drug tamoxifen to prevent recurrence. Tamoxifen

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Basket Studies: The Next Frontier In Breast Cancer Research

March 3, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy
Clinical trials of investigational drugs require two groups of volunteers, one to receive the new drug and one to receive standard

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Checkpoint Inhibitors: Slamming The Brakes On Breast Cancer

March 3, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy
If the immune system is designed to protect us from invading enemies, why doesn’t it protect us from cancer? Scientists have

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Breast Hematoma: Benign or Cancerous?

March 2, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy

Breast cancer has become one of the plagues of the 21st century. It can be a lethal condition if

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Early Diagnosis: Metastasis Shows it’s Not a Cure-All

February 23, 2015 - No Comments

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By Vera Gruessner
Why is it that we are most afraid of the latest stages of breast cancer but breathe a little more easily when

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Breast Pain: Not Just for Women

February 20, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy

Breast cancer is no longer a problem women alone worry about, as it can affect men too. More and

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Carcinoma of the Milk Ducts

February 19, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy

Women of all ages should be aware of the risks of breast cancer. Furthermore, they should have regular check-ups

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Breast Cancer Screening Efforts Fall Short In African-American Women

February 18, 2015 - No Comments

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By Dr. Kathleen Ruddy

Black women diagnosed with breast cancer have higher mortality rates than white women diagnosed with the same stage disease. Although

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Our February Newsletter about Breast Cancer Genetics

February 13, 2015 - No Comments

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Breaking News: Two New Genetic Mutations Tied to Breast Cancer Discovered
By Vera Gruessner

Over the last few decades, genetic research has aided scientific

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