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Blood test for breast cancer 'could be done at home'
These secondary forms of the disease occur in up to a third of all breast cancer patients, but may lie undetected for years after seemingly successful treatment for the original breast tumour. The new test has proven 92 per cent accurate in the 70 per ... [...]
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Diabetes treatment 'could curb breast cancer risk factor'
Treatment for diabetes may reduce a woman's "breast density" - a significant risk factor for breast cancer, a new study suggests. Having diabetes controlled by diet or pills such as metformin decreases mammographic density, researchers found. Women who ... [...]
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Drug created to fight cancer 'could treat obesity and diabetes'
A drug designed to battle breast cancer could also be used to treat obesity and diabetes, researchers say. Scientists found that Fenretinide reduced obesity and type-2 diabetes in mice which were fed a high-fat diet. They believe compounds known as ... [...]
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