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A protein that may contribute to the spread of breast cancer has been identified by U.S. researchers.

 

Wednesday, 10 December 2008, 9:59 am Press Release: New Zealand Government Hon John Key Prime Minister   Government honours Herceptin promise Prime Minister John Key announced today that the National-led ...

 

Main Category: Breast Cancer Also Included In: Seniors / Aging Article Date: 09 Dec 2008 - 7:00 PST A lack of clear-cut, scientific evidence illustrating the benefits of mammography screening in women over 80 ...

 

A new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center found that a tool commonly used by doctors to estimate the risk of a woman's breast cancer returning after surgery is not ...

 

A new statistical model may help radiologists better determine whether a breast lesion detected by MRI is malignant or benign, something that could help prevent unnecessary biopsies, say U.S. researchers.

 

Breast cancer patients who have a poor relationship with their spouse may face a more difficult road to recovery than would other women, according to a new study.

 

A typical problem with fluorescent imaging compounds is that once activated, they fluoresce regardless of where they find themselves, smearing the image as they diffuse through the body.

 

Abstract Studies yielding results on risk factors stratified by age at diagnosis or menopausal status were reviewed to better understand the role of hormonal factors and to determine whether reproductive events ...

 

A group of breast cancer drugs that had been deemed ineffective might be able to help a sub-group of breast cancer patients after all.

 
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