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Gazette photo by Steve Morris Jenny Tuccitto talked about her battle with breast cancer Nov.

 

TV presenter Trisha Goddard says she has been given the all-clear in her battle against breast cancer.

 

BABIES with a severe form of epilepsy risk having their diagnosis delayed and their treatment compromised because of a company's patent on a key gene.

 

It has always been Barbara and her daughter against the world. But she has always been able to find a way to keep a roof over their heads and food in their stomachs.

 

New cross-Canada study in Journal of Clinical Oncology outlines risks A new cross-Canada study has found that breast and prostate cancer treatment can foster bone loss.

 

Dr. Bernie L. Brunson of Mid-South Surgical shares the latest breast cancer statistics with women attending October's Healthy Woman event, 'Understanding Breast Cancer,' at Lupo's on Oct.

 

Margaret Williams is not your typical cancer survivor. The Middletown resident didn't have the negative side effects of cancer treatments and her experience was mainly positive.

 

Abstract Aromatase converts adrenal and ovarian androgens into estrogens, which supports the growth of estrogen-dependent breast cancers.

 

Scientists have discovered why the drug tamoxifen doesn't work against breast cancer in some women.

 
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