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Brain Cancer

Kim Vaillancourt who delayed cancer treatments to save unborn child gives birth
www.dailymail.co.uk

A pregnant mother who delayed cancer treatment to protect her unborn child has given birth. Kim Vaillancourt, 36, of Tonawanda, New York, was diagnosed with glioblastoma – a form of brain cancer – over Christmas when she was five months into her …

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Why these knitted bra inserts are in demand with breast cancer survivors
www.sheknows.com

That’s where Knitted Knockers comes in. These prosthetics are exactly what they sound like — knitted inserts that are “comfortable, beautiful and when placed in a regular bra they take the shape and feel of a real breast,” the organization behind the …

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Traffic pollution could increase breast cancer mortality by 80% within five years
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Experts have warned even a small increase in traffic fume exposure increases the chances of dying from any form of cancer by more than a fifth. Scientists believe tiny specks of soot from traffic fumes act as a Trojan horse for other toxic chemicals to …

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Desserts to help fight cancer in RI Bakes for Breast Cancer event
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Treat the special women in your life to decadent desserts while also helping fight breast cancer during Rhode Island Bakes for Breast Cancer from May 8, Mother's Day through May 14. Restaurants, bakeries, cafés, and ice cream shops throughout Rhode …

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A Date to Remember: High Schooler Takes Mom with Brain Cancer to Prom
magicvalley.com

But earlier this year, a life-altering diagnosis shattered her plan. She found out she has the most aggressive form of brain cancer, and may have only nine to 20 months to live. “I've really tried to keep my head in today,” Huffaker said last Tuesday …

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Study could help more personalised care for breast cancer patients
www.independent.ie

He said: "This study both gave us the first large scale view of the rest of the genome, uncovering some new reasons why breast cancer arises, and gave us an unexpected way to characterise the types of mutations that happen in certain breast cancers.".

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Pictorial postmark to commemorate Breast Cancer Canal Walk
www.lockportjournal.com

The Lockport Post Office will be commemorating Lockport's 20th annual Mother's Day Breast Cancer Canal Walk with a pictorial postmark offered during the walk on Sunday at Widewater's Marina on Market Street. The Post Office first took part in the canal …

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'Highly individual' DNA analysis forms basis of new approach to breast cancer
www.expressandstar.com

A study of 560 breast cancer genomes, or complete genetic codes, turned up five new genes associated with the disease. The results, published in Nature and Nature Communications, provide evidence that breast cancer genomes are "highly individual", …

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Faith 'Never Been Stronger' for Pregnant Woman Delaying Brain Tumor Treatment …
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Kim and Phil Vaillancourt were interviewed at their home in Tonawanda, N.Y., March 11, 2016. Shortly after learning she was pregnant, Kim was diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer, and was rushed into surgery to remove two tumors that doctors said …

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Tracy Anderson Was Surprised to Learn These Celebrities Are Doing Her Workouts
www.people.com

The wellness expert spoke to PEOPLE during a Saturday workout event benefitting Breast Cancer Research Fund (BCRF) at Miami's swanky Bal Harbour Shops, and said she recently learned that her in-person clientele are not her only famous fans.

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Walk for mum: classic on Sunday
www.forbesadvocate.com.au

Come for a walk on Mother's Day, May 8, and help raise funds for breast cancer research. The Mother's Day Classic is on again and Yvonne Shaw is encouraging locals to come for a walk around Lake Forbes for the cause. An outstanding $3.1 million was …

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Long-noncoding RNA regulates repair of DNA breaks in triple-negative breast …
www.sciencedaily.com

Take triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC), an aggressive subtype with poor clinical outcome, for example. Genomic studies of TNBC to crack its tough-to-treat status have mainly focused on protein-coding genes and the function of non-coding genes is …

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