Thousands of women with breast cancer could be spared chemotherapy following NHS approval of a test which can help establish who needs the treatment and who might not. The first step in treatment for cancer
Women with a higher-than-usual risk for developing breast cancer should consider taking one of two medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration to reduce that risk, a federal panel has concluded.
Giving breast cancer sufferers a shorter course of radiotherapy is just as effective, according to researchers who say it will reduce side effects for women being treated. Radiotherapy delivered over weeks
Health news Quest Diagnostics Inc on Tuesday became the largest U.S. company to start offering gene-based tests for inherited forms of breast cancer since the U.S. Supreme Court ended Myriad Genetics monopoly