Breast Cancer News of Note: January 2022

January 31, 2022

As an organization that serves young women affected by breast cancer, we make sure to keep up with the latest news so we know what our women face when it comes to treatment and beyond. In this blog series, we will share the the month’s news that we feel is most interesting and relevant.

Here are the headlines from January 2022:

January 10: "Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast: The link between racial disparities and cervical cancer" Read/watch more from the Mayo Clinic HERE.

January 11: "Exploring why obesity might lead to cancer" Read the full article from MedicalXpress HERE.

January 12: "A High-Fiber Diet May Help Lower Depression Risk" Read the full article from Everyday Health HERE.

January 14 (updated article): "These Are the Best Apps to Keep Your Brain Active" Read the full list from Healthline HERE.

January 26: "Chemotherapy’s effectiveness may vary with time of day" Read the full article from ScienceDaily HERE.

January 26: "$25M Gift to Start Triple Negative Breast Cancer Center" Read the full article from US News HERE.

January 27: "Taking Vitamin D May Reduce Your Risk for Autoimmune Disease, New Study Finds" Watch the news report video from HealthDay HERE.

January 27: "AHA News: Sound the Fiber Alarm! Most of Us Need More of It in Our Diet" Read the full article from HealthDay HERE.

January 30: "Live cells discovered in human breast milk could aid breast cancer research" Read the full article from MedicalXpress HERE.

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