Round 2 Taxol Chemotherapy Breast Cancer
Read and Watch the full story at Round 2: Taxol Chemotherapy. Symptoms are really not that bad! I just feel really tired for one day. I am also experiencing minor joint pain such as [More]
Breast Cancer : About the Side Effects of ACT Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer
Common side effects of ACT chemotherapy include nausea, low blood counts, mouth sores, diarrhea and a risk for infection. Learn about medications that are used to prevent allergic reactions with information from an oncologist in [More]
Neoadjuvant And Adjuvant Chemotherapy: Which Is Better?
The ideal time to use neoadjuvant therapy is when a cancer is very large or HER-2/neu positive, explains Dr. Harness. Both neoadjuvant therapy and adjuvant therapy have pros and cons, so you and your doctor [More]
Starting Chemotherapy: What to Expect | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Starting chemotherapy treatment can feel scary and overwhelming. Hear from Joanna, a breast cancer patient, who describes her initial fears and talks about what the experience of receiving chemotherapy was actually like at Dana-Farber Cancer [More]
Young Woman Shares Breast Cancer Story – Diagnosis to Chemo
I’m 31 years old and was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. I had a bilateral mastectomy and just started chemotherapy. Luckily, I’m stage 1. I’m triple negative and BRCA positive. Here’s my story so far. [More]
Sarah’s Breast Cancer Journey – Day 43 – My first Chemotherapy session
My breast cancer journey. Today is day 43 after my mastectomy surgery to remove the cancer in my right breast. Today is my first Chemotherapy Treatment. I am going to share my story from the [More]
Are There Benefits to Chemotherapy before Breast Cancer Surgery?
Dr. David Margileth discusses the advantages of undergoing chemotherapy before breast cancer surgery. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS VISIT FOR INFORMATIVE VIDEOS CONNECT WITH US! Google+: [More]
#TomorrowsDiscoveries: Chemotherapy-Resistant Breast Cancer Stem Cells – Dr. Gregg Semenza
#TomorrowsDiscoveries: While chemotherapy attacks and kills 99 percent of breast cancer cells, it leaves behind chemotherapy-resistant cancer stem cells, which can later cause metastatic tumors. Dr. Gregg Semenza’s team has identified a way to overcome [More]
Chemo cold caps reduce hair loss for breast cancer patients
Reducing hair loss for breast cancer patients during chemotherapy, Norwalk Hospital is the only hospital in the state offering a pilot program, using an ice cold approach.