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New study shows screening boosts breast cancer survival

November 23rd, 2018
A new UK study has found that women who take part in breast cancer screening have a 60 per cent lowe ...
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New guidelines for pathologists to identify the most aggressive forms of breast cancer

October 26th, 2018
Breast cancer patients will soon have a better chance of fighting the disease thanks to new patholog ...
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Top brain and breast cancer researchers to join forces in $1m bid to beat both diseases

September 5th, 2018
Thanks to a $1 million grant from Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Founda ...
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NBCF’s new look ahead of our 25 year anniversary

June 21st, 2018
Since we opened our doors in 1994, the National Breast Cancer Foundation ( ...
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NBCF awards $11 million to 20 new breast cancer research projects

April 30th, 2018
Targeting early detection, treatment and quality of life of breast cancer, the National Breast Cance ...
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Simple blood test offers major step in early detection of eight common cancers

March 4th, 2018
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Maryland US ...
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Study confirms breast cancer can remain dormant for up to 20 years

November 13th, 2017
Researchers in the UK have found that breast cancer can recur and spread to other parts of the body ...
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New genetic test could reduce preventative mastectomies

October 12th, 2017
A genetic test that more accurately predicts the risk of developing breast cancer is being trialled ...
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Linking health data could help stop breast cancer deaths by 2030

September 27th, 2017
This year breast cancer became the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia. Although it has one ...
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Pilot study shows exercise helps improve brain function after breast cancer treatment

September 22nd, 2017
Researchers are looking for ways to help women improve their quality of life after surviving breast ...
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