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Drinking after breast cancer won’t raise mortality risk, study shows

Alcohol use after breast cancer doesn’t increase your chances of dying of the disease, new study shows, but it does increase overall cancer risk
Hutch News - June 10, 2016

Alternative reality: Patients who spurn chemo for natural remedies

What oncologists do – and say – when their patients choose holistic treatments over conventional care
Hutch News - May 27, 2016

More than the 'Angelina Jolie Effect': BRCA testing spikes among breast cancer patients

Search for gene mutations began rising before actress revealed surgeries; better insurance coverage, access cited by experts
Hutch News - February 11, 2016

How one man with breast cancer is helping researchers learn

Much of what’s known about breast cancer is based on studies of women; after Dr. Oliver Bogler was diagnosed, he decided to help change that
Hutch News - February 08, 2016

After chemotherapy, immune system recovery may be slower than believed

<p>Chemo weakens the immune system for up to nine months, especially in smokers, one study finds</p>
Hutch News - January 26, 2016

More is not always better

New U.S. Preventive Services Task Force breast cancer screening guidelines seek to balance risk, benefit
Hutch News - January 11, 2016

Another health disparity: clinical trials

Low-income cancer patients are less likely to take part in clinical trials for new treatments, study shows
Hutch News - October 15, 2015

Angelina Jolie Pitt reveals she had ovaries removed

The actress has the BRCA1 mutation, which puts her at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer
Hutch News - March 24, 2015

Who’s choosing preventive mastectomy? Results are surprising, study finds

Higher-income women with private insurance opt for double-mastectomies, despite no long-term survival benefit
Hutch News - September 02, 2014
Last Modified, August 15, 2019