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Research roundup: IVF does not raise breast cancer risk

Toronto Star - ‎7 hours ago‎
A new large, comprehensive study found in vitro fertilization, or IVF, doesn't raise a woman's risk of developing breast cancer. Dutch researchers studied more than 25,000 women undergoing fertility treatment in the Netherlands between 1980 and 1995.

Prior Chest Nuts win breast cancer survivor challenge at Arnprior Dragon Boat Festival - ‎1 hour ago‎
Side by side in their dragon boats, the teams' members raised carnations in the air and waved them back and forth as the song “Take it away” - recorded by a member of the Kingston Chestmates (a breast cancer survivor dragon boat team) - played over the ...
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Alcohol Consumption Causes 7 Cancer Types Including Breast Cancer, Study Says

Breast Cancer News - ‎2 hours ago‎ says research consistently shows that drinking increases a woman's risk of developing hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer, noting that alcohol can increase the levels of estrogen and other hormones associated with that type of ...

Parenchymal enhancement in breast tissue is not an indicator for increased cancer risk

Science Daily - ‎2 hours ago‎
With a magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) it is possible to detect tissue with measurable active blood supply which indicates an increased breast cancer risk. Now experts are now exploring whether tissue with active blood supply visible with MRT could ...

Boosting the power of MRI to detect breast cancer metastases - ‎5 hours ago‎
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer and the leading cause of cancer death among women. In the United States, around 300,000 women are diagnosed each year.
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IVF not linked to breast cancer, large study shows

BioNews - ‎3 hours ago‎
IVF treatment does not increase a woman's risk of developing breast cancer later in life, a study has found. The research, conducted in the Netherlands, looked at over 25,000 women who had undergone IVF treatment 21 years earlier on average.

Men in pink play caddies as women golf at breast cancer

WSYR - ‎12 hours ago‎
The Bellevue Country Club looked more pink than green Sunday, for the 4th annual Mary Mac Memorial Caddy Tournament, through Rally for the Cure.
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Scientists make 'ground-breaking' breast cancer genes discovery

The Independent - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
Research into oestrogen receptors may be the key to explaining why some forms of breast cancer do not respond to treatment, according to two studies presented at the UK Breast Cancer Research Symposium. The research has been heralded by experts as ...

ABP 980 Biosimilar Not Inferior to Trastuzumab for Treatment of Breast Cancer

Cancer Therapy Advisor - ‎1 hour ago‎
The biosimilar ABP 980 may not be inferior to trastuzumab for treatment of patients with HER2+ early breast cancer. The biosimilar ABP 980 may not be inferior to trastuzumab for treatment of patients with human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 ...
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Shannen Doherty, battling breast cancer, shaves head (PHOTOS) - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
Doherty launched a lawsuit against her management firm, Tanner Mainstain, alleging that she was diagnosed with breast cancer in March of that year, with the cancer spreading during a time she was uninsured. In court documents, Doherty insists it was ...

A Parade, a Race, and a New Friend: Experiences in Surviving Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer News (blog) - ‎4 hours ago‎
“Would you like tickets?” a stranger asked my husband. She extended a hand showing passes that would allow us to sit on bleachers instead of standing four deep on the sidewalk to watch a parade.

Pokemon Go gives this breast cancer patient a reason to 'get off the couch' - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
"All I'd think about was, 'I'm walking so my cancer symptoms will get better."' So her 22-year-old son told her to download the mobile Pokemon Go app to give her a reason to walk around outside.

Breast cancer survivor bares all for fundraiser - ‎20 hours ago‎
The 45-year-old Nelson woman who was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer and had a mastectomy in March now has no such qualms.

Batting Against Breast Cancer returning to Airdrie

Airdrie City View - ‎Jul 21, 2016‎
The total fundraising goal of the 2016 Batting Against Breast Cancer tournament in Airdrie is $100,000. With each of the 28 teams taking to the Airdrie ball diamonds on Aug. 6 having a $2,500 minimum fundraising goal, Wozniak said she is confident the ...

'Making Strides Against Breast Cancer' Kicks Off With Team Breakfast

KDLT News - ‎3 hours ago‎
The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk will be here before you know it, and it's never too early to start forming a team.
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Breast Cancer Awareness In July - That's Right!

Huffington Post - ‎Jul 22, 2016‎
My name is Allison and just over five years ago I was diagnosed with stage 3a breast cancer. Since then I've learned a thing or two, the biggest being that the experience evolves, but it doesn't end.

Bags for Breast Cancer

OurQuadCities - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
Eddie said, "The breast cancer she went through was the most aggressive kind, catching it in the first stage was really good to do.
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New breast cancer cases top 246000

Temple Daily Telegram - ‎Jul 23, 2016‎
About 246,660 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in the United States this year. The American Cancer Society's estimates for breast cancer deaths in the United States for 2016 will be 40,450.
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A Look At Puma Biotechnology Inc (NYSE:PBYI)'s Breast Cancer Candidate

Market Exclusive - ‎5 hours ago‎
At the end of last week, Puma Biotechnology Inc (NYSE:PBYI) announced the filing of an NDA for its lead breast cancer candidate, as well as releasing some updated results relating to the long term efficacy and safety of the drug.

Uncovering a new principle in chemotherapy resistance in breast cancer

National Institutes of Health (press release) - ‎Jul 20, 2016‎
A laboratory study has revealed an entirely unexpected process for acquiring drug resistance that bypasses the need to re-establish DNA damage repair in breast cancers that have mutant BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes. The findings, reported by Andre ...