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- Prostate cancer family history has no impact on treatment
- More aggressive treatment not necessary for men with a family history of prostate cancer
- Parkinson's disease linked to melanoma in family
- Family history of brain tumors raises brain cancer risk
- HRT-breast cancer risk stays same regardless of family history
- CT colonography better for colorectal cancer screening
- Men with wives more likely to be screened for prostate cancer
- Breastfeeding reduces risk of breast cancer
- Evaluating risk factors of sporadic colorectal cancer
- Genetic marker predicts early onset of prostate cancer
Family History articlesMore aggressive treatment not necessary for men with a family history of prostate cancer
Approximately 10-20 percent of prostate cancer patients have a family history of the disease. There are three major factors that are used to evaluate the extent and aggressiveness of prostate cancer, help make treatment decisions, and estimate prognosis: the Prostate Specific Antigen Level (PSA), Gleason score (GS) from the biopsy, and the digital rectal exam findings (DRE).Preventive cancer surgeries save women's lives
A new study underscores the importance for women with a family history of breast or ovarian cancer to get genetic counseling and testing for the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes that make them more likely to develop lethal breast or ovarian cancer, says a Northwestern Medicine oncologist.Brothers of prostate cancer patients undergo more diagnostic activities
The brothers of men with prostate cancer are at an increased risk of prostate cancer diagnosis because of increased diagnostic activity and not necessarily because they carry a genetic mutation that increases risk of the disease, according to a study published online August 19 in The Journal of the National Cancer Institute.Breastfeeding reduces risk of breast cancer
Women with a family history of breast cancer were 59 percent less likely to develop breast cancer themselves if they breastfed their children, revealed by US researchers.HRT-breast cancer risk stays same regardless of family history
The risk of developing breast cancer due to taking hormone replacement therapy appears to be the same for women with a family history of the disease and without a family history, a University of Rochester Medical Center study concluded.Genetic marker predicts early onset of prostate cancer
Fox Chase Cancer Center researchers have identified a genetic marker that is associated with an earlier onset of prostate cancer in Caucasian men who have a family history of prostate cancer. If the data are confirmed, the marker may help clinicians personalize prostate cancer screening.Parkinson's disease linked to melanoma in family
People with a family history of melanoma may have a greater risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 61st Annual Meeting in Seattle, April 25 to May 2, 2009.Prostate cancer family history has no impact on treatment
Family history of prostate cancer does not affect some prostate cancer patient's treatment outcomes, revealed by researchers.Family history of brain tumors raises brain cancer risk
People with a family history of cancerous brain tumors appear to be at higher risk of developing the same kind of tumors compared to people with no such family history, according to a study published in the September 23, 2008, issue of Neurology?, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.Genetic testing can gauge prostate cancer risk
Genetic testing of DNA in a blood sample can determine which men are likely to develop prostate cancer, as five genetic variants previously associated with prostate cancer risk have a strong cumulative effect.
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