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Categories: Breast cancer


Pilot study recap hypes claims about accuracy of breath, urine tests for breast cancer detection


Preliminary study on mammography for women 40-49 adds confusion, not clarity


Potential costs, harms missing in plug of alternative MRI for detecting benign breast lesions


No data to back up claim that soy, kale and broccoli reduce breast cancer treatment side effects


Recap of abbreviated breast MRI study veers into disease mongering


Benefits, evidence, cost and harms all missing from recap of genetic test for breast cancer patients


Can we have some data along with the advice to breast cancer survivors for managing menopausal symptoms?

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Baylor should put the brakes on claims based on a tiny study of breast cancer and extrapolated benefits


Moffitt goes out on a limb suggesting benefits of non-standard treatment for early stage breast cancer


‘Aspirin can lower risk of breast cancer’ – No mention that this was an observational study