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  1. Reviews |

    • ...the safety of elective exogenous hormonal exposure among breast cancer survivors and women at high... ...hormones among previvors and survivors: hormonal contraception; systemic hormone-replacement therapy... ...HRT); localized HRT; and hormonal manipulation for fertility preservation or...hormonal
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  3. Reviews |

    • Breast cancer is the most frequent malignancy... ..., non-metastatic disease. Advanced breast cancer with distant organ metastases is... .... On the molecular level, breast cancer is a heterogeneous disease;... ...to molecular subtype. Management of breast cancer is multidisciplinary; it includes...
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  5. Reviews |

    • Understanding the biology of the breast and how ovarian hormones impinge... ...to rational new approaches in breast cancer prevention and therapy. Because... ...tamoxifen, and aromatase inhibitors in breast cancer treatment, oestrogens have long... ...is an important hormone in breast cancer....
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    • ...premenopausal French women with benign breast disease diagnosed in two breast clinics between 1976 and 1979... ...use and the risk of breast cancer. The follow-up accumulated... ...person-years. The risk of breast cancer was estimated using a Poisson... ...the main risk factors for breast cancer....
    • ...contraceptives on the development of breast cancer in women. Oestrogens are... ...stimulate the growth of human breast cancer cells, and this laboratory... ...proliferation of MCF-7 human breast cancer cells. We studied the... ...and gestodene stimulate MCF-7 breast cancer cell growth by...
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  8. Research |

    • ...woman's lifetime risk of breast cancer. Reversible 'bilateral ovariectomy'... ...of such bilateral ovariectomy on breast cancer risk. We calculate that... ...decrease her lifetime risk of breast cancer by more than 50%.... ...decrease her risk of ovarian cancer by two-thirds. This... ...cancer...
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    • ...and the risk of colorectal cancer and here we present a... ...risks (RR) of colorectal cancer for ever OC use from... ...may help informed choice of contraception. © 2001 Cancer Research Campaign
  10. News and Views |

    • ...link between mood disorders and hormonal fluctuations has long been known... ...research suggests that initiation of hormonal contraception leads to increased risk of...
    • ...to investigate the risk of breast cancer (BC) in relation to... ...BC, personal history of Benign Breast Disease (BBD), age... ...precise definition related to the hormonal environment, mastalgia appear to... ...be an interesting marker of breast cell susceptibility, the importance...
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  12. Reviews |

    • ...effects. The use of effective contraception has, therefore, been avoided... ...the safety and effectiveness of hormonal contraceptives. Methods of administration... ...issues include potential interactions between hormonal contraceptives and other medications and...
    • The possible association between breast cancer and oral contraceptive use before... ...of oral contraceptive use and breast cancer was significantly dependent on year... ...study indicate an association between breast cancer and oral contraceptive use at...
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    • ...age of 40 and invasive breast cancer risk in 73 664 women... ...of 2390 cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed during follow-up... ...with an increased risk of breast cancer and the subject needs to...
  14. Reviews |

    • ...role in the aetiology of cancers of the breast, ovary and endometrium. Pregnancy... ...risk of each of these cancers, and oral contraceptive use... ...risks of ovarian and endometrial cancers, although its effect on breast cancer risk is less certain.... ...of these cancers in England... ...breast...
    • ...of oral contraceptive use and breast cancer conducted in London, Oxford... ...-64 years with newly diagnosed breast cancer and a like number of... ...association between OC use and breast cancer. Among the 351 pairs...
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    • ...physical activity is protective against breast cancer. In 1996–97, we... ...a significantly lower risk of breast cancer than the non-athletes.... ...the 15-year incidence of breast cancer is 0.605 with 95... ...); the 15-year incident breast cancers were 64 among the athletes... ...risk of breast...
    • ...This article discusses briefly endogenous hormonal effects (cyclic changes, luteal... ...produces endometrial atrophy.Tamoxifen for breast carcinoma has an estrogen-agonist...
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    • ...(birth interval) may affect breast cancer risk, whereas interval from... last birth to cancer onset may modify its behaviour... ...women, including 628 women with breast cancer. Conditional logistic regression for... ...the risk of advanced ductal breast cancer at ages < 50 years... ...cancer was...
    • ...between combined oral contraceptives and breast cancer are similar for oral contraceptives... ...varying doses of the other hormonal constituent were considered, slightly... ...no evidence that risk of breast cancer in users of oral contraceptives...
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    • ...the relationship between hypertension and breast cancer risk have reported conflicting findings... ...between hypertension and risk of breast cancer. Eligible studies were identified... ...with totally 11643 cases of breast cancer, were eligible for inclusion... ...and increased breast...
    • ...contraceptive (OC) use and breast cancer, we analysed data from... ...or potential risk factors for breast cancer. OC use was reported... ...use and family history of breast cancer, parity and age at...
    • ...suggests that breastfeeding protects against breast cancer. Whether an effect of... ...years or younger, diagnosed with breast cancer in Los Angeles County from... ...in-person interviews. Odds of breast cancer among women who breastfed for... ...in the development of premenopausal breast cancer,...
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    • ...placebo indicate that tamoxifen reduces breast cancer risk by approximately 33%,... ...17% lifetime risk of breast cancer and undergoing annual mammography in... ...tamoxifen, tamoxifen as a ‘cancer drug’, and daily reminder... of cancer risk. Conclusions: Tamoxifen uptake...
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    • Hong Kong has the highest breast cancer incidence in Asia and studying... ...statistics from the Hong Kong Cancer Registry based on 26 566... cases of invasive breast cancer from 1973 to 1999.... The trends in breast cancer incidence were studied using log... ...of the observed increase in breast
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    • ...contraceptives and the risk of cancers of the breast, ovary, endometrium and cervix... ...776 cases of histologically confirmed breast cancer, 406 of epithelial ovarian cancer and 170 of endometrial cancer aged under 60 were compared... ...cases of invasive cervical cancer were compared with 225...
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    • ...properties of vitamin D against breast cancer risk, but the epidemiological... ...(25(OH)D)) and breast cancer risk or mortality in a... ...or cohort) were included for breast cancer incidence (n=24 studies;... ...; 870 deaths) among 6092 breast cancer patients. The pooled RRs... of breast cancer...
    • A central epidemiological feature of cancers of the breast, endometrium and ovary is... ...epidemiology of each of the cancers, including the increase in breast cancer risk from menopausal estrogen–progestin... ...findings in endometrial and ovarian cancer suggest new avenues for possible...
  28. Reviews |

    • ...case-control study of ovarian cancer was conducted in London and... ...with histologically diagnosed epithelial ovarian cancer and 451 controls. High... ...a reduced risk of ovarian cancer. Infertility and late age... ...be independently associated with ovarian cancer risk after adjusting for the...
  29. News and Views |

    • The national Swedish cancer registry was used to analyse... ...age-specific time trends in breast cancer incidence in Sweden from 1970...
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    • ...factors in relation to ovarian cancer risk in a large,... ...relation to risk of ovarian cancer and the major tumour histologic... subtypes. Ovarian cancer risk was reduced among parous... ...lower among women who had breast-fed, relative to those... ...duration of breast-feeding per... ...cancer...
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    • ...importance of surgical castration, adjuvant hormonal treatment and lymphadenectomy in endometrial... ...Among stage I women undergoing hormonal treatment with or without BSO... ...III–IV women receiving adjuvant hormonal treatment or not, 1... ...without adjuvant hormonal treatment when...
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    • ...colon, but not rectal, cancer than do premenopausal women of... ...ceases after menopause. © 2000 Cancer Research Campaign