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Technology Org 03/20/2019 16:20
To explore associations of body mass index with breast cancer risk, Madak-Erdogan’s group obtained blood samples from the Susan G. Komen Tissue Bank and compared those of healthy women with the samples of women who were healthy at the Baltimore study’s outset but later ...
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ecancer news 03/20/2019 15:00
Precision-targeted liposomes curb triple-negative breast cancer, metastases in mice.
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Health Imaging 03/20/2019 14:27
In addition, 54 percent of patients had a personal history of breast cancer and 26 percent had a family history of breast cancer.
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ETHealthWorld (India) 03/20/2019 12:34
Millions of women used implants, which are silicone sacs filled with either salt water or silicone gel, to enlarge the breasts cosmetically or to rebuild them after a mastectomy for breast cancer.
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But then the FDA, alongside regulators around the world, published a statement saying there is strong evidence silicone breast implants are linked to BIA-ALCL, a rare cancer of the immune system.
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ClinicalTrials.gov 03/20/2019 09:35
Condition : HER2-positive Breast Cancer Interventions : Drug: TAHP and AHP; Drug: TAHP plus AC and AHP Sponsor : Samsung Medical Center Not yet recruiting.
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GlobeNewswire 03/20/2019 07:30
NEW YORK, March 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- BeyondSpring Inc. (NASDAQ: BYSI), a global biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of innovative cancer therapies, today announced that the Company will present clinical data on its lead asset, Plinabulin, during a poster presentation at the 2019 St. Gallen International Breast Cancer Conference, being held on March 20 through 23 in Vienna, Austria.
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About 400,000 women in the United States get breast implants every year, including 300,000 for cosmetic reasons and 100,000 for reconstruction after mastectomies performed to treat or prevent breast cancer.
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WN.com 03/20/2019 03:11
The oldest woman ever to win an Olympic gold medal is Lida Peyton Pollock. She earned it as a member of an archery team in 1904 when she was 63 years and 333 days old. Clearly, her RealAge was much younger than her chronological age. That was apparent long before anyone knew...
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San Jose was selected as the new location largely due to the region being labeled an “area of concern” by the California Breast Cancer Mapping Project due to significantly higher rates of breast cancer than the majority of the state.
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Cancer Cell International 03/19/2019 20:00
Paraffin specimens were removed from 18 cases of breast cancer and 10 cases of hyperplasia of breast tissue.
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MassDevice 03/19/2019 17:03
Last month, the FDA said that it has received reports of 457 unique cancer cases related to breast implants since 2010, including nine patient deaths.
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03/19/2019 10:00
Density matters Women with high levels of breast tissue density have four to six times the risk for breast cancer compared with women with low density, the group wrote.
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PR Newswire 03/19/2019 08:40
The RS test helps to predict whether or not an individual woman with non-metastatic breast cancer is likely to benefit from adjuvant chemotherapy.
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