NILES − Hundreds gathered at a Niles bowling alley Saturday to strike back at cancer. The popular “Bowl for the Cure” event raised money for the continuing fight against breast cancer. “Anything to save someone else you do,” said Cheryl Culp, a breast cancer survivor and “Bowl for The Cure” supporter. “It’s hard to explain, but […]

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CHICAGO (Reuters) – Three in 10 women take the common breast cancer drug Femara to treat infertility, even though it could increase risks to the baby, U.S. researchers said on Friday. They said the drug is often prescribed “off-label” to treat infertility, even though it is classified by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as […]

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration appear that it is abatement the alleyway to bazaar for mammography systems that aftermath computerized X-ray images of the absolute breast. These systems, accepted as Full Field Agenda Mammography Systems, are an another to mammography systems that aftermath X-ray film. When aboriginal accustomed by FDA in 2000, agenda mammography […]

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Where people Turn to If other Therapies don’t Work. CancerTherapyChina.com New research has found that the inhibition of an enzyme called GnT-V, it can delay the spread of the tumor and human breast cancer. When the enzyme activity of GnT-V cells increased in mammary cells, increased proliferation, and began to take on many characteristics of […]

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WASHINGTON, May 25 Speaker Nancy Pelosi delivered remarks this afternoon at a Congressional awards reception for the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s (NBCC) Annual Advocacy Training Conference in the Russell Senate Office Building. The Speaker was presented with the Public Policy Leadership Award. Below are the Speaker’s remarks as prepared: “Thank you, Fran [Visco] for your […]

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Postmenopausal women who work corticosteroid therapy – oestrogen quality steroid – not exclusive hold an augmented try of nonindustrial confront person, but also of a faster progressing one, researchers from the Los Angeles Biomedical Search Institute expose in an article published in the peer-reviewed ledger JAMA (Writing of the Inhabitant Medical Tie). Attractive into record […]

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A new study in the Lancet Oncology medical journal has shown that women with Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), the most common type of non-invasive breast cancer, may benefit from radiotherapy Aftersurgery. DCIS is a form of non-invasive cancer, where cells inside some of the ducts in the breast have started to become cancerous. However, […]

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A abstraction of about 600 adolescent women with a actual aboriginal date of breast blight suggests that women beneath age 45 are at college accident of recurrence. Canadian advisers advised women with ductal blight in situ (DCIS) who were accustomed the accepted analysis of breast-conserving anaplasty followed by radiation, says abstraction arch Iwa Kong, MD, […]

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URGERY to remove tumours from the brains of Oxfordshire cancer sufferers is not a high priority for health chiefs. At the moment, if cancer spreads to the brain, patients are treated by neurosurgery, where the head is opened up and tumour removed. When cancer spreads to the brain it is called ‘cerebral metastases’ and it […]

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