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Breast cancer survivor inspires as she continues to battle MS


The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation is embarking on an ambitious $1.25 million programme to improve the wellbeing of women with breast cancer.


GlaxoSmithKline PLC on Wednesday applied for approval in the U.S. and Europe to sell an existing breast-cancer drug as a first-line treatment.


A portrait of abolitionist Frederick Douglass is not usually a staple in a federal courtroom, but things are different in U.S. District Judge Tucker Melancon's court.


A Thai overstayer with breast cancer says a decision to deport her would amount to a death sentence.


People with multiple sclerosis may have a lower overall risk of developing cancer, Swedish researchers report.


Researchers have identified new genetic variations in two regions of DNA -- located on chromosomes 1 and 14 -- that may be associated with the risk of sporadic breast cancer.


A breast cancer diagnosis is a scary time in a woman's life, but it also affects family members, particularly other women.


Breaking the curse...Krystal Barter with her son Jye. KRYSTAL BARTER calls it the family curse - four generations of women who have had breast cancer, each carrying a mutation in the BRCA1 gene.

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