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Over 30 new breast cancer research projects underway thanks to NBCF funding

March 19th, 2017
Covering the areas of prevention, detection, treatment and support, the National Breast Cancer Found ...
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NBCF-funded researcher and BreastScreen Victoria to start new mammography trial

March 2nd, 2017
Professor Nehmat Houssami, a researcher funded by the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), is l ...
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Monthly Breast Cancer Research Update – January 2017

February 8th, 2017
It’s been an exciting start to the year in breast cancer research with some significant findings t ...
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NBCF-funded researchers now have better understanding of early breast tissue development

January 30th, 2017
In a world-first, research funded by NBCF and published in the journal Stem Cell Reports, shows that ...
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Breast density research edges closer to cancer prevention

January 24th, 2017
Australian researchers are one step closer to breast cancer prevention after finding a new driver fo ...
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Two is better than one: new combination approach halts breast cancer spread

December 18th, 2016
NBCF-funded breast cancer researcher, Dr Samantha Oakes from the Garvan Institute has identified a ...
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Research to make chemo less harsh yet more effective

November 29th, 2016
Chemotherapy is part of the treatment plan for most cancer patients. Almost all breast cancer patien ...
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Research key to stopping the spread and improving survival for secondary breast cancer

October 13th, 2016
Thanks to progress made in early detection and better treatments, 90 per cent of those diagnosed wit ...
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Mammogram hotspots predict future breast cancers

October 10th, 2016
With funding and support from the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Melbourne researchers have disc ...
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Women should be told about their breast density when they have a mammogram

October 4th, 2016
Women with higher breast density for their age are more likely to develop breast cancer. High breast ...
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