Carcinoma In Situ Breast cancer

Diagnosis of Early Breast Cancer Doesn’t Shorten Life Expectancy of Older Women (03-28-2011)

Among women age 67 or older, a diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) or Stage I breast cancer doesn’t appear to worsen survival; survival is similar to that of older women without breast cancer. Diagnosis of more advanced breast cancer, however,... Continue Reading

Social Support May Improve Breast Cancer Outcomes (01-26-2011)

Social well-being during the first year after a breast cancer diagnosis may have a beneficial effect on cancer outcomes. These results were published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. A diagnosis of breast cancer often affects a woman’s quality of... Continue Reading