A study conducted in Canada says that women who are recently diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to receive a breast cancer diagnosis. Researchers aren’t certain if diabetes raises the risk of breast cancer, but it is known to raise the risk of other cancers.

Today’s news on breast cancer and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


- A study conducted in Canada says that women who are recently diagnosed with diabetes are more likely to receive a breast cancer diagnosis. Researchers aren’t certain if diabetes raises the risk of breast cancer, but it is known to raise the risk of other cancers.


- According to a study published in the journal Lancet, the breast cancer drug letrozole (aka Femara) may be more effective at preventing a recurrence than tamoxifen.


Compiled by GateHouse News Service