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Bone Complications in Breast Cancer by PinkRibbons .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: Breast cancer like many cancers can sometimes spread to other parts of the body. Often the disease attacks the bone and complications occur. Doctors have effective treatments to combat this situation but why do complications occur in the first place? LEE ROSEN, MD: There are two separate reasons why bone complications would occur in b ... Read on »
Breast Cancer and Bone Loss by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Jan 2010 12:00am A new report in the British Journal of Cancer assessed fracture risk in breast cancer patients based on current guidelines for treatment with bisphosphonates to protect bone health.  This study compared this assessment with emerging international guidelines.  Current Guidelines:  These state that bisphosphonates are appropriate for "patien ... Read on »
Breast Cancer and Bone Loss by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Jan 2010 8:30am A new report in the British Journal of Cancer assessed fracture risk in breast cancer patients based on current guidelines for treatment with bisphosphonates to protect bone health.  This study compared this assessment with emerging international guidelines.  Current Guidelines:  These state that bisphosphonates are appropriate for "patient ... Read on »
Bone and Cancer Foundation by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:53pm There is a new Foundation out there designed to provide information to patients and providers on the management of cancer that affects the bone. The website it http://www.boneandcancerfoundation.org. The web site also includes information on clinical trials. They have six publications on the website and in print. — Breast Cancer, Bone Metasta ... Read on »
Caring for Bones During Cancer by CancerTeam .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: A major concern of many of those living with cancer is how to prevent their disease from spreading and causing further complications, particularly to their bones. ROGER WALTZMAN, MD: Bone complications from cancer are varied. It usually implies that the cancer has spread to a bone and those complications can be pain, for sure or they ... Read on »
Bones Benefit from Exercise After Breast Cancer, Study Finds by Medline Plus Posted Fri 13 Dec 2013 12:00pm Older survivors should include physical activity in long-term care plan, researchers suggest Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Bone Density , Breast Cancer , Cancer--Living with Cancer Read on »
Bone Drug Reduces Odds for Breast Cancer's Return: Study by HealthFinder Posted Fri 03 Jun 2011 1:00pm healthnewslink Effect seen years after Zometa treatment stopped. By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter ... Read on »
Bone health after breast cancer by Beth Morton Health Maven Posted Thu 22 Apr 2010 12:00am I attended a session on Bone Health - informative for all women. It was done by a physiotherapist, a nutritionist and a pharmacist. It was on how to decrease your chances of developing Osteoporosis (a disease that makes bones thin and weak, meaning you are more susceptible to fractures). We are done building our bone strength around ... Read on »
Predicting breast cancer based on hip bones by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:54pm I would not have thought of even looking at cancer risk this way. Good thing I’m not a scientist. Although to tell you the truth, I think I’d rather look at curing the disease or even preventing it in the first place. Maybe this is a step in that direction. Measuring a woman’s bone mineral density can provide additional information th ... Read on »
Exercise Lowers Breast Cancer Risk, Helps Bones ... article excerpt by franklinb Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm ((( Bloomberg Dec 11 - 06 ))) Exercise may lower the risk of developing breast cancer after menopause, while also helping maintain bone density, according to two separate studies published in the Archives of Internal Medicine today. Post-menopausal women who exercise frequently or vigorously are 14 percent less likely to develop breast ca ... Read on »