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New Australian study clarifies risk for faulty BRCA carriers

Carriers of the faulty BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes have a higher risk of developing breast and ovarian can ...
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Queensland suburbs top the country for breast cancer

 Dr Eliza Whiteside lives in Toowoomba, Queensland, a city with higher than average breast ca ...
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New treatment showing exciting results for BCRA breast cancer

Women with an inherited mutation in their BRCA gene make up less than five per cent of all breast ca ...
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One Army pilot’s breast cancer journey

Unlike many Australians, Tim was well aware that men could get breast cancer. He was just shy of 50 ...
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itravel tee off for breast cancer research

The third itravel NBCF Golf Day was held on Thursday 20th April 2017 at the Boonie Doon Golf Club an ...
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Two studies show impact of exercise on breast cancer

Exercise is important for good health and plays an important role in preventing many diseases, but h ...
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Real men get breast cancer – Mark’s story

Mark always had scar tissue behind his right nipple but one day, five years ago, he was working up a ...
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Pinking Up For Breast Cancer Research

  Louis got involved with Real Men Wear Pink after his wife Samantha was diagnosed with breast ...
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Ever wanted to ask a breast cancer researcher a question?

Earlier this month we invited Professor Meera Agar to our Facebook page to answer live questions fro ...
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Half a glass of wine a day could increase risk of breast cancer returning

We know alcohol isn’t healthy for lots of reasons, and new research shows we may need to add anoth ...
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