breast cancer

 
Male breast cancer stays hidden
Male breast cancer stays hidden
A middle-aged man walks out of an old building at the Helen Joseph Hospital in Johannesburg. He pats his hands over his pockets, takes a few...
[Video]Are South African men more at risk of breast cancer?
[Video]Are South African men more at risk of breast cancer?
Male breast cancer is the same as female breast cancer and men should be checking for lumps as well.
Breasts: Five things to know about them and their care
Breasts: Five things to know about them and their care
Carol-Ann Benn jokes that she may not know her way around a stove, but she definitely knows her way around a breast.
Four reasons why breast is best: Babies are smarter, healthier and better behaved
Four reasons why breast is best: Babies are smarter, healthier and better behaved
Most new South African mums start breast-feeding, but they don’t keep at it for long.
'Roche holds cancer patients to ransom' - activists
'Roche holds cancer patients to ransom' - activists
About 300 health activists protested in front of drug company Roche's Johannesburg offices on Thursday in a bid to lower the price of a potentially...
Hunting down cancer-contributing genes
Hunting down cancer-contributing genes
For many women, it is one of their worst nightmares: a lump. The first reaction when they find one in a breast is panic, "oh no, I have breast...
The flush of hormonal success
The flush of hormonal success
Melinda Scott* (56) pressed her hands against the green-striped wallpaper she was hanging. Once she knew it wouldn’t fall she grabbed the roller on...
Decoy ploy nips cancer in the blood
Decoy ploy nips cancer in the blood
Metastatic cancer is a frightening prospect. Cancerous tumours are pockets of abnormal cell growth, with a host of environmental and genetic drivers,...
Comment: Mammograms still the gold standard of breast screening
Comment: Mammograms still the gold standard of breast screening
Screening mammography was the subject of a few articles over breast cancer month...
Touch-and-go breast tech is no substitute for mammograms
Touch-and-go breast tech is no substitute for mammograms
"I was 16 when my mom died of breast cancer," says 28-year-old Monique Minnaar*. "Cancer is everywhere in my life so I went to get...
Breast cancer's 'magic bullet' misfires for younger women
Breast cancer's 'magic bullet' misfires for younger women
As a fourth-year medical student at Hillbrow Hospital I was taken to see a Sotho woman in her mid-50s. She sat with her head bowed, and when the...

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