In recent years, there’s been an explosion of life-saving treatment in an alternative way with natural and herbal medicine advances against breast cancer, bringing new hope and excitement. Instead of only one or two options, today there’s an overwhelming menu of treatment choices that fight the complex mix of cells in each individual cancer.
There is only one drug in the world so well known that it’s called “the Pill.” For more than forty years, more people have taken “the Pill” than any other prescribed medicine in the world.
Sex, pregnancy, and contraception have been hot topics for millennia. It wasn’t until the U.S. government approved the birth control pill in 1960 that possibilities for contraception changed dramatically. The majority of women — and plenty of men — welcomed “the Pill”.
In order to reduce breast cancer risk, certain steps should be taken early in life. Discover two of these steps.
We hear it all the time lose weight for your health. Few people however, realize the extent to which this is critical to their physical well-being and ultimately their life expectancy.
Most underarm antiperspirants contain as the active ingredient, Aluminium Chlorohydrate, as you will probably remember there has been controversy about Aluminium, since the 1950’s when it was a popular metal used for making cooking pots, Saucepans and Fry Pans and that it could be one of the contributing factors to Alzheimer’s, now we have another problem that could also be related to Aluminium, Breast Cancer.
Modern medicine is based upon the notion of battle. As soon as we feel pain and discomfort we do all we can to stop it and experience it as the enemy. However, pain often comes as a gift to us, carrying a message we must listen to. In this article, based upon the award winning book, Journey Through Illness and Beyond, we are given a new look at pain, illness, loss and ways of dealing with our situation that can bring healing in different forms. Exercise included.
An overview of today’s current conventional breast cancer treatments written by a breast cancer survivor.
You will have heard of Paget’s Disease, a serious bone disease, but many of you will not have heard of Paget’s Disease of the breast, so I am hoping that the ladies out there reading this article will take notice of the content, because they could come in touch with this disease at some time.
Breast cancer is a highly treatable disease that now has a survival rate of 85 percent. Since early diagnosis is an important key to successful treatment, doctors say it’s important that all women over the age of 18 do a Breast Self-Exam (BSE) every month, two or three days after their menstrual cycle.
Knowing your family history, understanding your pesonal risk, getting appropriate screening tests and making lifestyle choices are important steps toward good breast health, according to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
A breast cancer survivor speaks on the reality of mastectomies and strategies for coping.
There’s encouraging news for women. Not only is it becoming easier to catch and treat breast cancer in its earliest stages, but new technologies are making the process of diagnosing the disease more comfortable for the patient–and more accurate as well.