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About 232,670 people were diagnosed with new cases of breast cancer in 2014, and about 40,000 people died of the disease
For young women with breast cancer, the stakes of treatment are greater -- in terms of potential for life-years saved, and in terms of the risks of therapy
But, Engel said, "I see this as empowerment via knowledge, rather than something to be alarmed about." Distributed by MCT
As we reflect on this year's events, let's celebrate women's progress, recognize what needs to be improved and take the next steps -- together -- into the New Year.
Breast cancer deaths have dropped steadily since 1990, but they have declined at slower rates among women living in poor
A new study shows that the hard-to-treat, estrogen receptor-negative breast cancer (ER-negative) has been declining steadily