Treatment Options for Breast Cancer Resistant to Anthracycline and Taxane
- LIFE Interrupted. Shea, Suzanne Strempek // Yankee;May2002, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p70
Narrates the experience of the author with breast cancer in the U.S. Scenario at the radiation oncology department of a hospital; Tests administered to verify the existence of breast cancer; Attention given to the family of women with breast cancer.
- They gave me 12 months to live. Russell Rich, Katherine // Redbook;Nov99, Vol. 193 Issue 6, p162
Presents the thoughts of a woman about her breast cancer and its treatment. Declaration of war against cancer; Support group; Treatments undergone.
- SURVIVING CANCER TWICE. Williams, Sherry B.; Harris, Leslie // Essence (Essence);Oct2000, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p90
Presents an article about a woman who survived twice from breast cancer. Diagnosis of the disease; Chemotherapy; Diet and exercise.
- Public Faces, Private Battles: Five Breast Cancer Survivors. Cawley, Janet // Biography;Oct2001, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p82
Presents stories of several breast cancer survivors in the United States. Accounts on the impact of diagnosis on chose careers; Advice on dealing with the disease; Importance of mammograms.
- A Healing Haircut. Erickson, Diane; Umansky, Dianne // Self;Oct99, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p110
Presents a diary of a woman battling breast cancer. Chemotherapy; Haircut; Acupuncture treatment; Relationship with daughter; Emotional and physical stress.
- Urinary 2-Hydroxyestrone/16 Alpha-Hydroxyestrone Ratio and Risk of Breast Cancer in... Ursin, Giske; London, Stephanie // JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute;06/16/99, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p1067
Presents information on a study which compared the ratio of urinary 2-hydroxyestrone in postmenopausal women with breast cancer and in healthy control subjects. Methodology; Results; Discussion.
- Physical Activity in First-Degree Relatives of Breast Cancer Patients. Audrain, Janet; Schwartz, Marc; Herrera, Janet; Goldman, Paula; Bush, Angelita // Journal of Behavioral Medicine;Dec2001, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p587
This study sought to evaluate physical activity in women at moderate risk for breast cancer, the correlates of engaging in regular physical activity, and whether physical activity relates to psychological well-being. The results revealed that 55% of women were regularly active. Logistic...
- Physical Activity, Disability, and the Risk of Hospitalization for Breast Cancer Among Older Women. Wyrwich, Kathleen W.; Wolinsky, Fredric D. // Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences & Medical ;Jul2000, Vol. 55A Issue 7, pM418
Focuses on a study that reevaluated the association between physical activity, disability and the risk of breast cancer hospitalizations among elderly women in the United States. Methodology; Results and discussion.
- Breast cancer lies in wait to strike too many women of... Lewter, Lani Russell // New York Amsterdam News;03/26/98, Vol. 89 Issue 13, p15
Focuses on several support groups for Afro-American women suffering from breast cancer. Mission of the Sister to Sister outreach program; Reference to a report on the discrepancy in breast-cancer survival rates among black and white patients; Services offered by the Memorial Sloan-Kettering...