Breast Cancer News of Note: January 2023

January 9, 2023

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 2023 (we will continue to update this post through the end of the month)

January 2: "How to Avoid Job Burnout in 2023" Read the full article from Healthline HERE.

January 4: "One in Four Patients Experience Breast Reconstruction Burnout" Read the full article from HealthDay HERE.

January 5: "A brief cognitive behavioral therapy appears promising for head and neck cancer survivors" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

January 5: "What to Know and Consider Before Having Prophylactic Mastectomy" Read the full article from Healthline HERE.

January 6: "Symptoms of Late Stage Metastatic Breast Cancer" Read the full article from Healthline HERE.

January 9: "Eating almonds daily boosts exercise recovery molecule by 69% among 'weekend warriors'" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

January 10: "Can Breast Cancer Be Detected in a Complete Blood Count (CBC)?" Read the full article from Healthline HERE.

January 20: "Early disease diagnosis: Getting under your skin for better health" Read the full article from Science Daily HERE.

January 23: "Many women underestimate breast density as a risk factor for breast cancer, study shows" Read the full article from CNN HERE.

January 24: "Female cancer survivors experience accelerated declines in physical function" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

January 27: "Breast pain doesn't always mean cancer: When to get a mammogram" Read more from Medical Xpress HERE.

January 30: "What Black Women Should Know About Metastatic Breast Cancer" Read the full article from Everyday Health HERE.

January 31: "The Best Fitness Apps, According to Exercise Pros" Read the full article from Everyday Health HERE.

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