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35 min ago | Post-gazette.com
More and more women are taking the drastic option of removing both breasts after a diagnosis of cancer in just one breast, but a new study says that won't make a difference in survival rates.
35 min ago | Stanford
The first-ever direct comparison of breast cancer surgeries shows no survival benefit for women who had both breasts removed compared with women who underwent lumpectomy followed by radiation therapy.
1 hr ago | EurekAlert!
This image depicts a tumor with reduced levels of enzyme UBC13 and a control tumor that has spread to the lungs.
3 hrs ago | Gazette Series
SR_565_001 Jan Baglioli and Jenny Wookey of Trustees of BUST with Jane Ibbunson, Head of fundraising for the Southmead Hospital Charity at the new Breast Cancer Care Centre at southmead Hospital The Bristol Breast Care Centre, in the refurbished Beaufort House, brings together screening and symptomatic services for referred patients in to the same ... (more)
3 hrs ago | Examiner.com
In Part I, I ended that article with the following questions: Are Cancer Institutions looking for the cause or cure; or are they the answer to a temporary bandage with their treatment programs? Why should you and your loves consider the Breast Center of University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center? Do they have a success rate? What makes this ... (more)
3 hrs ago | Worcester News
Robin Walker says a new cash injection from the Government is a huge boost for thousands of people in desperate need.
6 hrs ago | Medical News
Mammography , ultrasound , and MRI - or a combination of these examinations - are critical in detecting, diagnosing, and characterizing the extent of breast cancer .
10 hrs ago | KITV-TV
Now-a-days some doctors say women can skip a year and get the screening every other year... BUT a Pearl City woman says no matter HOW often you get a mammogram -- all woman need to do monthly SELF breast exams... As KITV-4's Ann Sterling explains that monthly exam probably saved her life.
10 hrs ago | Medical News Today
A third of women who are given information about the chance of 'overdiagnosis' through the NHS breast screening programme may not fully understand the risks involved, according to research published in the British Journal of Cancer .
10 hrs ago | South Coast Register
SHOALHAVEN breast cancer patients receive some of the best treatment in the country, according to local surgeon Professor Martin Jones.
More than 300 runners lined up for the 5th annual Running to Cure Breast Cancer race in North Platte this Labor Day.
SAN BERNARDINO >> Over more than 15 years, Marsha Olguin has served hundreds of thousands of meals to the needy and helped out in countless other ways through Mary's Table , but she's not so used to the outpouring of support she's gotten since being diagnosed with breast cancer.
The electronic medical record that my office uses features a clinical protocol button that we are encouraged to click during patient visits to remind us about potentially indicated preventive services, such as obesity and tobacco counseling and cancer screenings.
Angel McCaskill discovered a lump in her breast in July of 2007. She had no idea what she was feeling, she just knew it was large.
El Pasoan Alissa Clark had her first mammogram when she was 35 years old, five years sooner than what most doctors recommend.
My son Cole died two and a half years ago from neuroblastoma, a common childhood cancer, after suffering through multiple surgeries, chemotherapy injections and painful radiation therapy.
A WEB series so "bonza" that it will have you "chucking a sickie" to watch Indian call centre trainees learning to speak Aussie.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:52 pm
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