Way back in October 2012, within the first few weeks of my diagnosis, I received taxol as the first phase of my chemotherapy regimen. It likely didn’t do much, at least for the main tumor, […]
I was asked recently why male mice are not used for breast cancer work – here is my long answer.
Cancer clinical trials are research studies that involve people, including new interventions like medicines and surgeries. There are thousands of trials available in the US and across the globe. Finding one that might be a […]
A study by Dr. Henneghan is looking for participants! Please share this with as many people as possible – particularly men who are breast cancer survivors, as Dr. Henneghan has adjusted to the study to […]
A study on improving brain function in breast cancer survivors who have had chemotherapy is now accepting men! This study is evaluating how a meditation intervention improves cognitive functioning after breast cancer treatment. If you […]
Story: Is Male Breast Cancer Overlooked in Clinical Trials? – The ASCO Post I want to thank the ASCO Post for running this story – it is much appreciated!
Yesterday I was honored to speak at a session on Clinical Trials at the annual meeting of the American Society of Breast Surgeons in Dallas. Dr. Deanna Attai, the President of ASBrS and a breast […]
Exciting news today from the 10th European Breast Cancer Conference! Here is a quote from today’s exciting announcement/presentation about the biology of male breast cancer: Speaking at the 10th European Breast Cancer Conference (EBCC-10) today (Thursday), […]
Estrogen receptor mutations and their role in breast cancer progression Prasanna G Alluri, Corey Speers and Arul M Chinnaiyan Breast Cancer Research 2014, 16:494 doi:10.1186/s13058-014-0494-7 Background About 75% of breast cancers are hormone positive, and […]
Incidence of breast cancer in a cohort of 5,135 transgender veterans George R. Brown and Kenneth T. Jones Breast Cancer Res Treat DOI 10.1007/s10549-014-3213-2 Background Most breast cancers are hormone driven, at least at first, […]