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The association is strongest for younger women and women in urban areas.
Clear link between PFAS (“forever chemicals”), BPA exposures and a prior cancer diagnosis found in large national study.
Researchers say findings are “very concerning,” noting that smoking prevalence is not higher among young women.
Fred Hutch researchers explore the association between energy intake (through food and drink) and chronic disease risk, including cancer.
Cancer screening tests can help save lives. But rural residents face multiple challenges when it comes to screening.
Vallurupalli, of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, researches blood cancers and is passionate about equitable access to precision cancer care.
On “Stories from the Stage,” advocate and blogger Megan-Claire Chase recounts how breast cancer altered her dream of motherhood.
“Results of the POSITIVE trial confirm pregnancy can be a realistic objective for women who had an estrogen dependent breast cancer.”
Women may be more vulnerable to the toxic effects of chemotherapy if they are treated in the morning.
Study shows risk of cancer even after gender-affirming surgery.
Fred Hutch researchers examined risks and health outcomes for Black and white women with endometriosis and fibroids.
While applauding an updated guide to start mammograms at age 40, the American Cancer Society also weighs whether to screen after 75.
“I can imagine that my children will see me grow as I see them grow. I can imagine that I can get through this."
WISDOM study expands to women as young as 30
Balyn Zaro, PhD, studies genetic differences in the innate immune system and how they can impact the effectiveness of the meds we take.
UCSF study sheds light on the reasons behind sex differences in cancer-associated myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle.
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