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Breast Cancer

Of Breast Cancer Diagnoses in 2015, One in Five Were Women under 50
The American Cancer Society cites in their 2015-2016 Breast Cancer Facts & Figures report, “Mammography is the single most effective method of early detection since it can often identify cancer several years before physical symptoms develop. [...]
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To screen or not to screen?
By using mammography for early detection, it allows women to be given the option of many different types of treatments which may be less harsh and drastic than if detected late. Many of these treatments for early-stage breast cancer can mean a cure for ... [...]
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Breast Cancer Awareness: Why are Indian women afraid to touch their breasts?
In fact, it is absolutely normal to do it. Women need to undergo a mammography regularly to detect breast cancer, but a simple thing like the touching of a boob in the privacy of a bedroom or bathroom can help a woman find out if something is wrong ... [...]
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Women at Risk: Abortion and Breast Cancer Linked
If abortion were not a politically protected procedure, there would be agreement based on the facts: abortion is a risk contributor for breast cancer. If women were given fair warning of the risks attributed to abortion — breast cancer being one of ... [...]
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Signs of Rare Breast Cancer in Teenagers
Breast plague originates from breast tissue. This type is habitually nothing special in the sphere of women in excess of the age of forty years, although near are a only some men who suffer from it. It is additionally accepted to occur in the sphere of ... [...]
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PHCC organises awareness lecture on breast & bowel cancer screening
The core objective of 'Screen for Life' is to promote education, awareness and early detection by encouraging women aged 45 years or older with no symptoms to receive breast cancer screening and 50 years or older to undergo bowel cancer screening. [...]
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Rexahn Pharmaceuticals Presents Additional Data for Supinoxin for the …
"There is an accumulating body of in vitro and in vivo evidence suggesting a potential role for Supinoxin in the treatment of TNBC - a particularly aggressive and often difficult-to-treat form of breast cancer, which comprises approximately 20% of new ... [...]
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The pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms
A review of the research, according to NICE, showed that for women around menopausal age, oestrogen-only HRT caused little or no change in their risk of breast cancer. And, although HRT containing oestrogen and progesterone may increase breast ... [...]
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Central Texas woman sparks global conversation on metastatic breast cancer
Holly Kitchen of Cedar Park posted a three minute video of her holding up note cards with facts and messages about her struggle with Stage 4 breast cancer. The video went viral and sparked a global conversation about the disease. "I just wanted people ... [...]
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Breast cancer in men
Men also develop breast cancer since they have breast tissue even though it accounts for only 1% of cancers in men and in Nigeria. They have nearly same symptoms as in women but most times survival rate is almost nil because many men rule out the ... [...]
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Screening can help you beat the odds
NEW SCREENING CAMPAING: Back row from left are campaign ambassador Jean Kittson, breast cancer survivor Lourdes Catap, General Manager Blue Mountains Hospital Andrea Williams and breast cancer survivors Ann Attwood and Jennifer Byrnes; ... [...]
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Frontier Pharma: Breast Cancer – First-in-Class Innovation Clustered Around …
The breast cancer pipeline is the largest in the pharmaceutical industry, with 1,050 products in active development across all stages. The range of mechanisms of action employed by these compounds is also highly diverse, especially in comparison to the ... [...]
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