A new study finds doctors are appropriately using a genetic test to measure breast cancer recurrence risk and to make tailored treatment recommendations.
A new study calls attention to the need for better partnerships between primary care physicians and oncologists.
The tiny, scaffoldlike device facilitates early detection of metastatic cancer cells and improves survival, a new study finds.
When cancer invades one breast, many women opt to remove both. Two new studies highlight the trend toward elective double mastectomy.
A new paper links digital communication, including Facebook and Twitter, to confidence in cancer treatment choices. But there were some use disparities based on age, education and race.
A technique called relaxing acupressure could offer a low-cost way to manage symptoms, including sleep loss and fatigue, in those with breast cancer.