The Radiant Wrap Blog

Breast Cancer- California Bay area communities at highest risk!

By trwadmin | January 6, 2013 |

In November, a new study identified two large “areas of concern” in the Bay Area with breast cancer rates 10 to 20 percent higher than the state average. In 2008, the most recent year studied, the South Bay “area of concern” had 123 invasive breast cancer cases per 100,000 women,...

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Tamoxifen or a new alternative…Endoxifen

By trwadmin | December 27, 2012 |

Here’s an article I found from an online Magazine called “Science Codex”. My doctor prescribed Arimidex as I refused Tamoxifen as my mother had recurrences on Tamoxifen. Looks like there may be a better alternative called Endoxifen…. For nearly a decade, breast cancer researchers studying tamoxifen hormone therapy have been...

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In Memoriam

By trwadmin | December 16, 2012 |

The only thing that I can think about is what happened in Newtown, Connecticut. I grew up in Ridgefield, about twenty minutes from Newtown. An idyllic place- far away from all the madness the big cities had. This week we all saw how no one is immune- tragedy can come...

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Sharon Osbourne has Double Masectomy-BRCA Gene for Breast Cancer

By trwadmin | November 18, 2012 |

What do you think? I have put off being tested for the Gene. My mother has had five recurrences of Breast Cancer over a forty year period and I have two aunts as well who have had masectomy. I am reluctant as I have a 21 year old daughter. November...

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By trwadmin | October 2, 2012 |

Today is the first day of National Breast Cancer Awareness month. The first National Breast Cancer Awareness program started back in 1985. Then it was just a week of public information about breast cancer and today, more than twenty years later, the entire month of October is designated as Breast...

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