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Now A Machine Can Detect Lymphedema Earlier
Lymphedema is an incurable condition caused by the loss of function in a lymph node. When this happens, lymph fluid is no longer as easily moved and released from the body and stays trapped in one area. In breast cancer patients who undergo mastectomies with lymph node dissection, lymphedema is a common result and generally impacts one or both arms. More than 41 percent of breast cancer patients who’ve undergone surgery will be faced with lymphedema symptoms within 10 years. Lymphedema serves as a constant reminder of the cancer battle these patients struggled with. It requires continual care to ensure that it doesn’t progress to the later and more dangerous stages. Continue reading... [...]
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Breakthrough: Experts reveal blood test can detect spread of breast cancer
Secondary breast cancer is difficult to diagnose before symptoms are experienced and it occurs in up to a third of breast cancer patients, sometimes many years after seemingly successful treatment for localised, primary cancer that remained in the breast. [...]
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Mexican scientists developing device to detect breast cancer via saliva
A sensor, embedded in an ultrathin film about two microns thick and 10 millimeters long, is able to detect the Cerb-b2 protein, which is present in the saliva of "a large number of women" in the early stages of breast cancer, research team leader ... [...]
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Mexican Researchers Design Device to Detect Breast Cancer Through Saliva
A sensor, embedded in an ultrathin film about two microns thick and 10 millimeters long, is able to detect the Cerb-b2 protein, which is present in the saliva of “a large number of women” in the early stages of breast cancer, research team leader ... [...]
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Device Designed to Detect Breast Cancer through Saliva
MEXICO – Detection of the breast cancer in one of its early stages favors its treatment, thus a team of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM) in Mexico is developing a device to facilitate this process through saliva ... [...]
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This new gene may help detect breast cancer early
The gene GT198, whether mutated by genetics and/or environmental factors, has strong potential as both as a way to diagnose breast cancer early and as a new treatment target, said corresponding author Dr. Lan Ko from the Augusta University. Mutations ... [...]
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Scientists discover a gene that can detect breast cancer early
The gene GT198, whether mutated by genetics and/or environmental factors, has strong potential as both as a way to diagnose breast cancer early and as a new treatment target, said corresponding author Dr. Lan Ko from the Augusta University. Mutations ... [...]
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This new gene can help detect breast cancer early
The gene GT198, whether mutated by genetics and/or environmental factors, has strong potential as both as a way to diagnose breast cancer early and as a new treatment target, said corresponding author Dr. Lan Ko from the Augusta University. Mutations ... [...]
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New gene can help detect breast cancer early
The gene GT198, whether mutated by genetics and/or environmental factors, has strong potential as both as a way to diagnose breast cancer early and as a new treatment target, said corresponding author Dr. Lan Ko from the Augusta University. Mutations ... [...]
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New life-saving BRA can detect BREAST CANCER
... be supportive for women but also life saving. The team have developed a prototype for a bra that can detect breast cancer. ... seek early treatment for breast cancer. Detecting symptoms many women may not notice, this bra could save thousands of lives. [...]
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A bra is being developed that can detect breast cancer
... detecting breast cancer. Here's where fashion meets science... Thousands of women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year, and the symptoms of the disease can often be overlooked. This is why a cancer-detecting bra will be a total game-changer. [...]
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Scientists find pill to help detect breast cancer
Researchers have developed a tablet that lights up cancerous tumours in a mouse's breast tissue under near-infrared light. Current screening methods often identify lumps but cannot always pinpoint which ones are cancerous. In a bid to resolve this ... [...]
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