Breast Cancer News of Note: July 2022

July 9, 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 July 2022 (we will continue to update this post through the end of the month)

July 5: "Motherhood after breast cancer doesn't lower survival chances" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

July 5: "Vaccine research shows early promise for tackling severe breast cancer" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

July 10: "Are supplements really the 'superheroes' of self-care?" Read the full article from Medical News Today HERE.

July 11: "Useful nutrients to deal with summer fatigue" Read the full article from News-Medical HERE.

July 14: "Could eating fruit more often keep depression at bay?" Read the full article from Science Daily HERE.

July 14: "Study explores the effects of eating dark chocolate on the brain" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

July 14: "What You Need To Know About the Risk of Leukemia Following Breast Cancer Treatment" Read the full article from Healthline HERE.

July 14: "Can itchy armpits be a sign of cancer?" Read the full article from Medical News Today HERE.

July 14: "What to Know About Breast Lesions" Read the full article from Healthline HERE.

July 21: "Women urged to eat potassium-rich foods to improve their heart health" Read the full article from Science Daily HERE.

July 22: "When Genes Raise a Mom's Risk for Cancer, Is It OK to Tell Kids?" Read the full article from HealthDay HERE.

July 26: "Mathematical modeling to explain immunotherapy responses" Read the full article from Science Daily HERE.

July 26: "Frequent aspirin use shows promise for preventing ovarian cancer in individuals at higher risk" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

July 27: "Diets Heavy in 'Ultra-Processed' Foods Could Harm the Brain" Read the full article from HealthDay HERE.

July 27: "Few patients undergo recommended MRI screening after silicone implant breast surgery" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

July 29: "9 common questions about genetic testing for cancer" Read the full article from Medical Xpress HERE.

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