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What is Triple Negative Breast Cancer? Hello cancer-fighting friends! Ready to learn about triple-negative breast cancer? For those women who have been diagnosed with this disease, you know about the fear it brings, however we believe at The Cancer Detox that the more information you know the better positioned you are to overcome a problem INTRODUCTION Triple negative breast cancer is a subtype of breast cancer that occurs at a rate of 10 – 20% of all breast cancers. Here are some basic facts on the disease: Triple negative breast cancer is frequently diagnosed in younger women It is also frequently diagnosed in women of African descent It is one reason why African and African American women tend to have a higher breast cancer death rate compared to other groups (in addition to poor access to quality healthcare) The prognosis of triple negative breast

Learn more about 0ur triple negative breast cancer diet! The Top 22 Foods in Our Triple Negative Breast Cancer Diet ARTICLE SUMMARY One of the challenges I often see with women diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer is that they are not given enough education about the disease, treatment and prognosis. In this article I focus on the importance of vegetables as the foundation of a triple negative breast cancer diet and why women should be eating from the Top 22 Food list every day if they want to improve their survival outcomes. Catch Up on Our Latest Posts How to beat breast cancer with diet (for breast cancer survivors that want to prevent a recurrence) DCIS breast cancer treatment and survival rates (for newly diagnosed) Learn about the best breast cancer diet plan (watch our latest video below) [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYDDcuUYQI0[/embedyt] INTRODUCTION If you have been diagnosed with

Last week I had a consult with a woman newly diagnosed with breast cancer. Besides her fear of the diagnosis, which is understandable, she expressed concern about the treatment options given to her by her doctor. It seems that she was offered an extremely long course of radiation therapy. She expressed to me that she remembered hearing a story on NPR some months ago that there were shorter treatment options for women with early-stage breast cancer.  I assured her that she was correct, there are shorter courses of radiation treatment. Mastectomy vs. Lumpectomy For women diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer, breast-conserving therapy is the standard of care that should be offered to every woman. What does this treatment entail? 1) Breast-conserving therapy means just that: the breast is conserved. There is no mastectomy performed. Mastectomy is total removal of the breast.  A recent

In typical Bedside Manners fashion, we’ve scoured the medical literature and came across this gem of an article specifically for breast cancer patients.  It was published in the medical journal Advances in Nutrition, and the authors are nutritionists who reviewed 15 years of medical studies on nutrition in the breast cancer patient. Below is a convenient summary of their 7 science-backed nutritional recommendations for breast cancer patients. As always, consult your healthcare practitioner and a qualified nutritionist when making dietary changes. See disclaimer below. #1 – Get expert guidance from a nutrition expert. The nutritionists in this study recommend seeking a qualified nutritionist who can develop individualized nutritional guidelines for you.  These days your nutrition can be just as tailored to your body as your chemotherapy. Ensure you get an assessment of your current nutritional status, and nutritional needs before, during and