Low Fat Diet Helps Postmenopausal Women Avoid Deadly Breast Cancers

Chlebowski Rowan
New Data from Women’s Health Initiative Dietary Modification Trial Finds Long-term Dietary Changes Improves Breast Cancer Survival Rates

New Data from Women’s Health Initiative Dietary Modification Trial Finds Long-term Dietary Changes Improves Breast Cancer Survival Rates

Women who stayed on a low fat diet for approximately eight years reduced their risk of death from invasive breast cancers and improved their survival rates when compared with women who had not followed the dietary regimen, according to a study presented at a clinical trial plenary session, entitled "Transformative Clinical Trials in Breast Cancer," at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) annual meeting.

LA BioMed’s New GE CT System Enables Scanning Of the Most Challenging Patients in Los Angeles At the Lowest Doses

CT Scanner

LA BioMed is the first and only Los Angeles facility to offer CT scans on the new GE  Heathcare’s Revolution* CT scanner, which makes it possible for the institute’s physicians to diagnose even the most challenging patients, at the lowest radiation doses available in the industry.