The most common cancer among women is breast cancer. The American Cancer Society estimated that in 2015, 40,290 women would die of breast cancer and there would be 231,840 new invasive cases and 60,290 new in-situ cases (American Cancer Society, 2015). The survival rates for women with the recurrence of breast cancer is lower. It is thus especially important to find any method for preventing the recurrence of this disease among women who are breast cancer survivors. Recently,
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Nordic countries are often praised for how high they rank in gender equality. In the World Economic Forum's 2015 Gender Gap Index, Iceland, Norway, Finland, and Sweden are the top four countries with the smallest gaps between the sexes in education, health, economic opportunity, and political representation. Despite these rankings, the Nordic countries have an unusually disproportionate amount of domestic violence against women. Enrique Gracia of the University of Valencia an
Margit Detweiler, creator of the lifestyle website TueNight.com, started googling everything possible when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. While she found many support groups and networks, she decided to open up about her illness through social media channels and her website. In fact, social media has proven to be a way to relieve stress in cancer patients. A 2015 study from UCLA discovered that anxiety in breast cancer patients went down when they discussed their expe