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October 17th, 2016

Weekly Breast Cancer Research Update – March 2016 – #3

March 23rd, 2016
Pill detects breast cancer under light Researchers have developed a tablet that lights up cancerous tumours in a mouse’s breast tissue under near-infrared light. The oral tablet contains an imaging agent that selectively binds to cancer cells o ...
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SBS: White blood cells may predict your risk of breast cancer recurrence

March 9th, 2016
Early-stage breast cancer survivors may face a greater risk of having to battle the disease a second time within 15 years after their diagnosis, if they have a high white blood cell ratio. A new study, published in the online journal ESMO Open, has d ...
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The New Daily: How a blood test could detect breast cancer early

March 15th, 2016
Researchers have discovered a new, non-invasive test that could detect breast cancer much earlier than currently-popular mammograms and breast exams. With survival rates for breast cancer caught early sitting at around 90 per cent, anything doctors ...
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Huffington Post: New Research Linking Human Papillomavirus And Breast Cancer

January 29th, 2016
The link between sexually transmitted infection Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and breast cancer has been strengthened by a new Australian study showing the virus gene sequences to be active in some breast cancers. The research, while not conclusive, has ...
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