Chest radiation is a well known risk factor for the subsequent development of breast cancer. This study was aimed at exploring the relationship between hormonal factors and the risk of radiation-associated breast cancer among survivors of childhood cancer. Included in the study were 1,108 females diagnosed from 1970 to 1986 who were treated with chest … Continue reading Radiation-Associated Breast Cancer and Hormone Exposure: a CCSS* Report
Treatment-Related Breast Cancer: Survivor, Are You at Risk? The risk of developing breast cancer after treatment for a childhood, adolescent, or young adult cancer depends on the type of treatment one received for their original diagnosis. While treatment-related breast cancers affect primarily females, males are also at risk as they, too, have breast tissue. Known … Continue reading Treatment-Related Breast Cancer: Survivor, Are You at Risk?