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Maryland Woman Becomes Sister's Surrogate After Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'It's the Best Gift' - PEOPLE.com



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Maryland Woman Becomes Sister's Surrogate After Breast Cancer Diagnosis: 'It's the Best Gift' 
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In 2011, Randi Fishman was 28 and diagnosed with breast cancer. She had a double mastectomy and froze 10 embryos, hoping that she would one day be able to carry a child. But a year later, Fishman, of Potomac, Maryland, suffered a breast cancer ...

 


Advanced method holds promise for substantial improvements in breast cancer diagnosis - News-Medical.net



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Advanced method holds promise for substantial improvements in breast cancer diagnosis 
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Enhancing the diagnosis of breast cancer is the stated goal of a research team at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) in Heidelberg. The scientists have combined an advanced method of diffusion-weighted MR imaging with intelligent image analysis ...

 


How Some Breast Cancer Survivors Escape Lymphedema : Shots ... - NPR



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How Some Breast Cancer Survivors Escape Lymphedema : Shots ... 
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When many lymph nodes are removed along with a tumor, some patients develop painful and debilitating swelling ? lymphedema. More doctors should recognize and help prevent the problem, surgeons say.

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Adjuvant Chemo Benefit Sustained in ER-Negative, Locally Recurrent Breast Cancer - OncLive



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Adjuvant Chemo Benefit Sustained in ER-Negative, Locally Recurrent Breast Cancer 
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The survival benefit with adjuvant chemotherapy in ER-negative breast cancer patients with isolated locoregional recurrence (ILRR) was sustained in the final analysis of the phase III CALOR trial. Patients in the study with ER-positive disease did not ...

 


'Local Environment' Plays Key Role in Breast Cancer Progression - R & D Magazine



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'Local Environment' Plays Key Role in Breast Cancer Progression 
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(A) MDA-MB-231 (aggressive breast cancer cells) form epithelial-like structures (structure of the cells that incline toward to healthy tissues) with reduced aggressiveness on softer surfaces, but with increase in stiffness/rigidity the cells become ...

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High estrogen receptor heterogeneity doubles breast cancer mortality risk - Healio



High estrogen receptor heterogeneity doubles breast cancer mortality risk 
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Postmenopausal women with breast cancer with high intratumor heterogeneity of ER had an increased long-term risk for death of breast cancer, according to results published in Journal of the National Cancer Institute. The association also appeared among ...

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Eating Cancer Clean: What to Choose When You Can't Go Organic - Breast Cancer News



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Eating Cancer Clean: What to Choose When You Can't Go Organic 
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Everyone wants to avoid harmful pesticides and other chemicals that can present a danger to health. Sometimes, though, organic choices are not available or they're too expensive. When organic produce isn't an option, these choices are your best bet ...

 


Bikers rally in Lynn to promote breast cancer awareness - Daily Item



Bikers rally in Lynn to promote breast cancer awareness 
Daily Item
LYNN ? St. Michael's Hall, 25 Elmwood Ave., is the place to be from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday to promote breast cancer awareness, sponsored by the Massachusetts Motorcycle Association and Sin City Cycles. Sons of Anarchy, Oz, and Homefront actor Chuck ...

 


New Stem Cell Vaccine Protects Against Several Cancers in Mouse Models - Breast Cancer News



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New Stem Cell Vaccine Protects Against Several Cancers in Mouse Models 
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A specialized vaccine made from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) can slow tumor growth in mouse models of breast, lung, and skin cancers, research from Stanford University shows. This vaccine also may prevent recurrence of the disease. ?What ...
University Scientists Isolate Cancer Stem Cells Using Novel Method University of Texas at Dallas (press release)
Can you vaccinate yourself against cancer? CNN

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Protein Linked to Aggressive Triple-Negative Breast Cancer - Specialty Pharmacy Times



Protein Linked to Aggressive Triple-Negative Breast Cancer 
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Researchers may have found an important protein to target in the fight against aggressive triple-negative breast cancer, according to a study published in Nature Communications. Hormones such as estrogen and progesterone are known to drive the growth ...