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[4/6/2014] Increased risk of developing lung cancer after radiotherapy for b...

[3/31/2014] Novel study into breast cancer origins paves way for personalized...

[3/25/2014] Texas researcher: Peaches inhibit breast cancer metastasis in mic...

[3/25/2014] Researchers issue state-of-the-state on genetic-based testing and...

[3/25/2014] Twenty-five percent of breast cancer survivors report financial d...

[3/24/2014] Gene implicated in progression and relapse of deadly breast cance...

[3/20/2014] Deaths from breast cancer fall in Europe

[3/20/2014] Regular physical activity reduces breast cancer risk irrespective...

[3/19/2014] Catching the early spread of breast cancer

[3/4/2014] Imprint of chemotherapy linked to inflammation in breast cancer s...

[3/3/2014] Yoga regulates stress hormones and improves quality of life for w...

[2/19/2014] Hypnosis therapy shown to decrease fatigue levels in breast cance...

[2/18/2014] Natural compound attacks HER2 positive breast cancer cells

[2/12/2014] Double mastectomy halves death risk for women with BRCA-related b...

[2/11/2014] New UK study shows potential for targeting aggressive breast canc...

[2/11/2014] A breast cancer drug to fight fungal disease?

[2/11/2014] Alcohol-breakdown molecule may play a role in breast cancer devel...

[2/9/2014] Smoking linked with increased risk of most common type of breast ...

[2/4/2014] Researchers discover new hormone receptors to target when treatin...

[1/29/2014] EBRT reduces risk of subsequent mastectomy in patients with invas...


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