Conclusions:We conclude that, the current meta-analysis provided the most recent comprehensive estimate of the risk of SBC in a broad-range of HL survivors. Younger age at diagnosis proved to be a dominant risk factor. The obtained results would serve providing breast cancer screening recommendations for HL survivors. (Source: BMC Cancer) read more..
Night shifts are carcinogenic
Study reveals an increased risk of breast cancer Related items from OnMedicaBreast cancer more likely in polluted areasStudy finds solution to hot flushes in cancer survivorsEarly HRT may raise cancer riskComorbidities worsen breast cancer outcomesStudy says shorter radiotherapy courses are just as effective (Source: OnMedica Latest News) read more..
Working Night Shifts May Result In Higher Risk Of Breast Cancer
A long-term study featured in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine reveals that working more than two night shifts per week poses a greater risk of breast cancer. The risk appears cumulatively higher in those who describe themselves as 'early birds' or 'morning people' than 'owls' or 'night birds'... read more..