Science has already suggested that obesity is associated with an
increased risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women, but a new
study now explains why. According to research published in the
August 20, 2003, issue of the Journal...
Sales of supplements for menopause symptoms are likely to surge in
coming months, after a major UK study finds that combination
hormone replacement therapy (HRT) could double the risk of breast
A review of black cohosh, said to be the most comprehensive to
date, finds it to be safe, just days after another study suggested
that the herb, taken as an alternative to hormone replacement
therapy (HRT), could trigger the spread...
A study published in the current issue of Breast Cancer Research
and Treatment suggests that the black cohosh supplement
RemiFemin Menopause can safely relieve menopausal symptoms in women
with a history of breast cancer who cannot...
Consuming tofu and other soy-based foods significantly lowers
levels of a class of oestrogens normally associated with breast
cancer risk in postmenopausal women, according to new research
published in the September issue of Cancer...
Antioxidant compounds found in soy foods have been shown to reduce
levels of hormones associated with breast cancer risk in women. A
new study suggests that other factors associated with soy may also
play a role in lowering cancer...