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Annual Breast Cancer Screening from Age 40 Proves Most Effective, CISNET Study Finds

The debate around the optimal strategy for breast cancer screening—concerning both the age at which women should begin screening and the frequency of these screenings—serves as the...

Study Links Air Pollution to More Severe Breast Cancer Cases

A groundbreaking study has revealed a concerning connection between air pollution and the severity of breast cancer, shedding light on how our environment could be affecting our...

New Research Shines Light on Hormone Therapy Resistance in Breast Cancer

Recent advancements in the research of hormone therapy resistance in advanced estrogen receptor (ER) positive breast cancers has revealed important considerations for future treatment. A key breakthrough from...

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WHO Reports Striking Global Cancer Burden by 2050

Ahead of World Cancer Day, the World Health Organization's (WHO) cancer branch, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), and WHO have revealed...

Saliva Test Revolution? The Pocket-Sized Device Detecting Breast Cancer in Seconds

Yes, you read that right. A spit test for breast cancer screening? Researchers from the University of Florida and National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University...

Beyond Mammograms: How Cutting-Edge Technology is Revolutionizing Early Diagnosis

Groundbreaking research that could change the current imaging and mammogram paradigm has just been published in the imminent scientific publication, Nature. The work...

ERα-dicating the Core of Breast Cancer Resistance

Scientists have made an important breakthrough in understanding a key player in most breast cancers. At The Institute of Cancer Research in London, a...

New AI Model Predicts Survival Risks Using Comprehensive Data Analysis

Imagine a future where doctors can predict the course of breast cancer with unprecedented accuracy, leading to personalized treatment plans that offer the best...

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