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Memphis reducing racial disparity in breast cancer deaths - The Commercial Appeal



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Memphis reducing racial disparity in breast cancer deaths 
The Commercial Appeal
Even though she's a living testament to the importance of regular mammograms, Polly Edwards says she knows why many of her fellow African-Americans fail to get tested for breast cancer. "I think a lot of it is lack of knowledge -- not realizing the ...

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Lesser-Known Breast Cancer Facts You Should Know - Lifehacker Australia (blog)



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Lesser-Known Breast Cancer Facts You Should Know 
Lifehacker Australia (blog)
It's breast cancer awareness month, but I think we're already aware that breast cancer exists and that mammograms can detect it. So as long as we're surrounded in pink, let's take a look at some important facts that actually need a little more ...
Breast cancer screening options for women with dense breast tissue Asbury Park Press
Breast cancer warning after man's 'impossible' diagnosis BBC News
Good News, Bad News on Breast Cancer Survival Rate Healthline
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Abemaciclib effective in combination with aromatase inhibition - Nature.com



Abemaciclib effective in combination with aromatase inhibition 
Nature.com
The introduction of cyclin-dependent kinase 4 and 6 (CDK4/6) inhibitors has substantially improved the prognosis of women with advanced-stage breast cancer; however, the most appropriate therapy combinations and the most effective agent for each ...

 


Using artificial intelligence to improve early breast cancer detection ... - MIT News



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Joanna Kerns on breast cancer diagnosis: 'I had never heard of ... - Today.com



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Joanna Kerns on breast cancer diagnosis: 'I had never heard of ... 
Today.com
Best known for her role on ?Growing Pains,? actress and director Joanna Kerns talks about her decision to get a double mastectomy. Dr. Kristi Funk, surgeon and ...

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Young breast cancer survivors fight to be seen - SFGate



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Young breast cancer survivors fight to be seen 
SFGate
Breast cancer is an increasingly visible cause ? especially in October, when "the whole world turns pink" for breast cancer awareness month, said Bunt's stepmother, Abbe Bunt. But survivors under 40, a small but increasing fraction of those diagnosed ...

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Dietary combination transforms lethal breast cancers into highly treatable form - News-Medical.net



Dietary combination transforms lethal breast cancers into highly treatable form 
News-Medical.net
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have found a dietary combination that transforms the most lethal of all breast cancers into a highly treatable breast cancer. Specifically, scientists involved in the Scientific Reports study say a ...

 


Study: Your hair dye may be increasing your risk of breast cancer - AOL



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Study: Your hair dye may be increasing your risk of breast cancer 
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A new study suggests that women who frequently dye their hair are at greater risk of getting breast cancer. A breast cancer surgeon at Princess Grace Hospital in London found a 14% increase in the disease for women who color their hair, according to ...
Hair dyes could raise risk of breast cancer: study New York Post
Frequent hair dye use linked to increased breast cancer risk | The ... The Independent
Women who dye their hair 'are at greater risk of breast cancer' Metro
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Young breast cancer survivor shares story - The Hillsdale Daily News



The Hillsdale Daily News
 
Young breast cancer survivor shares story 
The Hillsdale Daily News
HILLSDALE ? Never in her life did Tara Finley ever think at the age of 31 she would hear the words ?you have breast cancer.? She shares her story in hopes to help another breast cancer victim. Finley and her husband, Rick, have been together for almost ...

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Breast cancer patients preserving fertility by freezing their eggs ... - The Denver Channel



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Breast cancer patients preserving fertility by freezing their eggs ... 
The Denver Channel
More women fighting breast cancer are electing to freeze their eggs to preserve fertility.

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