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The Role Of Onion And Garlic Consumption In The Prevention Of Breast Cancer- Research

In the first population-based study to examine the association between onion and garlic consumption and breast cancer in Puerto Rico, researchers found that women who ate sofrito more than once per day had a 67 percent decreased breast cancer risk.

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Expert Warns Against The Popular Belief That Sucking A Woman’s Breasts Could Prevent Breast Cancer | See What Does

What do you believe about the risk of getting breast cancer? Are your beliefs based on truth? According to a medical expert, contrary to popular belief, breast cancer cannot be prevented by merely sucking a woman’s breasts. Breastfeeding, according to

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: State Governor’s Wife Counsels Women On Cancer Prevention

Just as the popular saying ‘Prevention is better than cure’. Breast cancer is the most feared cancer among women. Sometimes, it’s not just the word “cancer” that’s at the root of the fear, but dread of issues associated with treating

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Does Birth Control Up Breast Cancer Risk? See What A New Study Says

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! The increasing breast cancer awareness comes at a time when women can find substantial improvements in breast cancer prevention and treatment. If you want to avoid an unwanted pregnancy, taking birth control is usually

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Three Women Share How They Trusted Their Instincts & Discovered They Had Cancer

Three women have shared how they discovered they had cancer after following their instincts. By the time Sandra Hoehler, pictured below was diagnosed with cancer, it was as much a moment of relief as one of fear. Six years earlier,

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: What To Know About The Latest Developments In Breast Cancer Research, Prevention And Treatment

Breast Cancer Awareness Month kicked off on Tuesday. It is often associated with pink ribbons and 5K walks. The increasing breast cancer awareness comes at a time when women can find substantial improvements in breast cancer treatment. Here’s what you

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Stage 4 Breast Cancer Survivor And Creative Director, Ethel Olomu Shares Her Survival Story

Nigerian fashion designer, Ethel Olomu survived stage four breast cancer and is now telling her story to enlighten other women about the disease. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), early diagnosis and screening increase the chances of survival and

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Breast Cancer: Substituting Poultry For Red Meat Reduces The Risk | Details

A new study have suggested that red meat consumption may increase the risk of breast cancer, whereas poultry consumption may be protective against breast cancer risk. The finding of the study was published in the The International Journal of Cancer.

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Researchers Highlight Barriers To Breast Cancer Treatment In Nigeria

A new study has provided insights into the barriers breast cancer patients face in Nigeria. Findings from the study, titled, ‘Access to care and financial burden for patients with breast cancer in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria’, were presented at the

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Breast Cancer Specialist, Dr Branda Nwanmuo Reveals How Women Can Be Saved From Their Greatest Threat

Breast cancer is the most feared cancer among women. Sometimes, it’s not just the word “cancer” that’s at the root of the fear, but dread of issues associated with treating cancer, such as surgical complications and medication side effects. Perhaps

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Twitter User, @The06Gentleman Narrates How He Saved His Partner’s Life During Sex

A Twitter user, @The06Gentleman,  took to his handle to reveal how what was supposed to be a fun and intimate moment turned out to be a life-saving one. He narrated that he had to stop midway making out with his

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New Breast Cancer Drug Found To Boost Survival Rates By 30 Percent

A new form of drug drastically improves the survival rates of young women with the most common form of breast cancer, researchers said on Saturday, citing the results of an international clinical trial. The findings, presented at the annual meeting

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