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Estimation of the Risk of Lung Cancer in Women Participating in a Population-Based Breast Cancer Screening Program.

Lung cancer mortality is increasing in women. In Spain, estimates suggest that lung cancer mortality may soon surpass breast cancer mortality, the main cause of cancer mortality among women. The aim of this study was to estimate the proportion of women at high risk of developing lung cancer in a group of participants in a population-based breast cancer screening program.

Attendance and compliance with an exercise program during localized breast cancer treatment in a randomized controlled trial: The PACT study.

Maintaining high adherence rates (session attendance and compliance) in exercise programs during breast cancer treatment can be challenging. We aimed to identify adherence rates and predictors to an exercise program during adjuvant breast cancer treatment.

National trends of synchronous bilateral breast cancer incidence in the United States.

Increase in breast cancer survivorship, advancements in diagnostic imaging and standardization of contralateral breast screening before breast cancer surgery have resulted in increased detection of contralateral breast cancer (CBC). The aim of this study was to assess national trends of synchronous bilateral breast cancer (sBBC) and metachronous bilateral breast cancer (mBBC) incidence in newly diagnosed breast cancer patients.

Outcomes of women at high familial risk for breast cancer: An 8-year single-center experience.

The value of a high-risk surveillance program for mutation carriers and women at high familial breast cancer risk has not been extensively studied. A Breast and Ovarian Cancer Risk Management Clinic (BOCRMC) was established at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2010 to provide multimodality screening and risk management strategies for this group of women. The aims of this study were to evaluate the program and describe breast cancer diagnoses for BRCA1, BRCA2, and other germline mutation carriers as well as hi...

Breast Cancer Early Detection: An Academic-Community Partnership in the Philippines.

A high proportion of patients with breast cancer in the Philippines present at an advanced stage and have a rapid, unfavorable outcome. Providing breast cancer education and early detection to this population is important to help reduce this health disparity. This article describes the impact of a train-the-trainer program, with mission groups traveling to the Philippines to promote female residents' breast cancer awareness, knowledge, and intent for future screening.

Syndecan-1 facilitates breast cancer metastasis to the brain.

Although survival rates for patients with localized breast cancer have increased, patients with metastatic breast cancer still have poor prognosis. Understanding key factors involved in promoting breast cancer metastasis is imperative for better treatments. In this study, we investigated the role of syndecan-1 (Sdc1) in breast cancer metastasis.

Germline pathogenic variants in BRCA1, BRCA2, PALB2 and RAD51C in breast cancer women from Argentina.

Each year, 17,000 new breast cancer cases are diagnosed in Argentina, and 5400 women die of breast cancer. The contribution of cancer-related mutations to the incidence of breast cancer in Argentina has not yet been explored.

Inflammatory breast cancer: A review from our experience.

Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC) is a distinct and rare type of breast cancer accounting for up to 6% of all breast cancer cases in Europe. The aim of this study was to investigate diagnostic methods, treatments, and outcome after IBC in patients treated at a single institution in Denmark.

Optimal treatment of breast cancer in women older than 75 years: a Korea Breast Cancer Registry analysis.

The aim of this study was to investigate the therapeutic efficacy of adjuvant modalities for elderly Asian breast cancer patients using population-based data from the Korean Breast Cancer Registry database.

Breast cancer care in Uganda: A multicenter study on the frequency of breast cancer surgery in relation to the incidence of breast cancer.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide. Considerable funding and efforts are invested in breast cancer research and healthcare, but only a fraction of this reaches women and healthcare systems in low income countries. Surgical treatment is an essential part of breast cancer care, but access to surgery is in general very limited in low income countries such as Uganda. In this study, the previously unknown nationwide rate of breast cancer surgery was investigated.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Breast Cancer in Men.

Breast cancer occurs in about 1% of men, but the number of men receiving a diagnosis is increasing. Data on male breast cancer (MBC) is limited, and treatment for men is based primarily on treatments used for women. However, some argue that breast cancer in men is a different disease than breast cancer in women. Multiple risk factors, including those with genetic and environmental origins, affect the likelihood of men receiving a breast cancer diagnosis. This article discusses types of MBC, risk factors, tr...

Medication Use to Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer: US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement.

Breast cancer is the most common nonskin cancer among women in the United States and the second leading cause of cancer death. The median age at diagnosis is 62 years, and an estimated 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer at some point in their lifetime. African American women are more likely to die of breast cancer compared with women of other races.

Associations of mammographic breast density with breast stem cell marker-defined breast cancer subtypes.

High mammographic breast density is a strong, well-established breast cancer risk factor. Whether stem cells may explain high breast cancer risk in dense breasts is unknown. We investigated the association between breast density and breast cancer risk by the status of stem cell markers CD44, CD24, and ALDH1A1 in the tumor.

The Impact of Diet on Breast Cancer Outcomes.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, yet conclusive evidence of the effects of dietary modification in breast cancer survivors is lacking. Here, we summarize the literature and highlight important data regarding the association between dietary interventions and breast cancer outcomes.

Nomogram for predicting the overall survival of patients with inflammatory breast cancer: A SEER-based study.

Inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is a rare malignancy that is a unique biologic subtype of breast cancer. A nomogram to predict the overall survival (OS) of IBC patients is lacking. The aim of the study was to construct and validate a nomogram to predict the OS of IBC patients based on the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program.

25-Hydroxyvitamin D at time of breast cancer diagnosis and breast cancer survival.

Previous studies have shown that low levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) are associated with a poorer breast cancer survival. The relationship between vitamin D status and breast cancer outcomes is however still debated. The aim of the present study was to investigate the association between 25(OH)D blood levels measured at time of diagnosis and event-free survival (EFS) and overall survival (OS) in a large cohort of patients with early-stage primary invasive breast cancer.

Planned and unplanned pregnancies in breast cancer survivors.

Nearly 20% of women presenting with breast cancer in the UK are of reproductive age. The aim of our study was to assess fertility outcome in relation to intent to conceive in patients who had completed breast cancer treatment.

Impact of Second Opinions in Breast Cancer Diagnostics and Treatment: A Retrospective Analysis.

Breast cancer care is becoming increasingly complex, and patients with breast cancer are increasingly aware of the different treatment options, resulting in requests for second opinions (SOs). The current study investigates the impact of breast cancer SOs on final diagnosis and treatment in the Netherlands Cancer Institute (NCI) using a newly designed Breast Cancer Second Opinion (BCSO) classification system.

Mammographic screening in male patients at high risk for breast cancer: is it worth it?

To investigate the utility of mammography for breast cancer screening in a population of males at increased risk for breast cancer.

Spanish validation of the mindful organizing scale: A questionnaire for the assessment of collective mindfulness.

Mindful organizing (also known as collective mindfulness) is a team level construct that is said to underpin the principles of high-reliability organizations (HROs), as it has shown to lead to almost error-free performance. While mindful organizing research has proliferated in recent years, studies on how to measure mindful organizing are scarce. Vogus and Sutcliffe (2007) originally validated a nine-item "Mindful Organizing Scale" but few subsequent validation studies of this scale exist. The present study...

Risk Estimation, Anxiety and Breast Cancer Worry in Women at Risk for Breast Cancer: A Single-Arm Trial of Personalized Risk Communication.

Elevated anxiety and breast cancer worry can impede mammographic screening and early breast cancer detection. Genetic advances and risk models make personalized breast cancer risk assessment and communication feasible, but it is unknown whether such communication of risk affects anxiety and disease-specific worry. We studied the effect of a personalized breast cancer screening intervention on risk perception, anxiety and breast cancer worry.

Inquiry and computer program Onko-Online: 25 years of clinical registry for breast cancer at the University Medical Centre Maribor.

Background High-quality routine care data collected in the clinical registry play a significant role in improving the management of cancer patients. Clinical cancer registries record important data in the course of cancer diagnosis, treatment, follow-up and survival. Analyses of such comprehensive data pool make it possible to improve the quality of patients care and compare with other health care providers. Methods The first inquiry at the Department of Gynaecologic and Breast Oncology of the then General ...

Overcoming Tamoxifen Resistance by Regulation of Del-1 in Breast Cancer.

Hormone receptor-positive breast cancer accounts for nearly two-thirds of breast cancer cases; it ultimately acquires resistance during endocrine treatment and becomes more aggressive. This study evaluated the role of developmental endothelial locus (Del)-1 in tamoxifen-resistant (TAM-R) breast cancer.

Indolylkojyl methane analogue IKM5 potentially inhibits invasion of breast cancer cells via attenuation of GRP78.

More than 90% of the breast cancer deaths occur due to the metastasis of the cancer cells to secondary organ sites. Increased Glucose-regulated protein 78 (GRP78) expression is critical for epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) and invasion in breast cancer resulting in poor patient survival outcomes. Therefore, there is an urgent need of potential inhibitors of GRP78 for the abrogation of invasion and metastasis in breast cancer.

Validation of the online prediction model CancerMath in the Dutch breast cancer population.

CancerMath predicts the expected benefit of adjuvant systemic therapy on overall (OS) and breast cancer-specific survival (BCSS). Here, CancerMath was validated in Dutch breast cancer patients.

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