Does Childbirth Increase The Risk Of Breast Cancer?

Does Childbirth Increase The Risk Of Breast Cancer?

Introduction Typically, women who have their first child after age 30 have a higher chance of breast cancer than women who give birth before age 30. Still, a study indicates that breast cancer risk lessening from pregnancy doesn’t kick in until about 20 years...
Doctor Explains The Risk and Prevention of Breast Cancer

Doctor Explains The Risk and Prevention of Breast Cancer

Introduction Every woman wants to know how to lower her risk of breast cancer. By choosing the healthiest lifestyle options possible, one can ensure that their breast cancer risk is as low as possible. In the following section, Dr. Suvadip Chakrabarti, a breast cancer...
Specialist Explains Rectal Cancer

Specialist Explains Rectal Cancer

Introduction Rectal cancer is cancer that forms in the rectum. The rectum is the last few inches of the large intestine. It begins at the end of the final segment of the colon and ends when it reaches the short, narrow passage leading to the anus, says Dr Suvadip...
Oncologist Says Breast Cancer Survivors Can Have Babies

Oncologist Says Breast Cancer Survivors Can Have Babies

Introduction Having a baby is one of the joyful moments in a woman’s life, but health conditions such as breast cancer can cause worry about this happiness. The drugs used in treatments of breast cancer can cause harm to the development of the baby and sometimes can...