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2012/11/11 Improved Survival In Breast Cancer For Women With High-Quality Personal Relationships
The quality of a woman's social networks - the personal relationships that surround an individual - appears to be just as important as the size of her networks in predicting breast cancer survival, Kaiser Permanente scientists report in the current issue of Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. Pr

2012/11/10 Advantages For Minimally Invasive Lymph Node Dissection In Breast Cancer Compared To Conventional Surgery
Axillary lymph node dissection is done in conjunction with lumpectomy or mastectomy to determine if breast cancer has spread to the adjoining lymph nodes. The conventional surgical approach leaves a surgical scar that is unattractive and can restrict range of motion in the shoulder joint. Also, sque

2012/11/09 Breast cancer patients claim compensation from hospitals
Women who claim they had botched and unnecessary breast cancer operations are taking legal action against four hospitals in the West Midlands. The group of about 90 women are making compensation claims against the Heart of England NHS Trust and Spire Healthcare, their solicitor said. Thompsons sol

2012/11/08 RNA-Based Nanotechnology Promising For Overcoming Endocrine-Resistant Breast Cancer
A University of Cincinnati (UC) cancer biology team reports breakthrough findings about specific cellular mechanisms that may help overcome endocrine (hormone) therapy-resistance in patients with estrogen-positive breast cancers, combating a widespread problem in effective medical management of the

2012/11/07 Survival Of Breast Cancer Patients With Brain Metastases May Be Improved By Combination Treatment
Adding an angiogenesis inhibitor to treatment with a HER2-inhibiting drug could improve outcomes for patients with HER2-positive breast cancer who develop brain metastases. In their report published online in PNAS Plus, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) investigators report the first preclinical

2012/11/06 Black Women At Increased Risk For Breast Cancer Mortality, Especially During First 3 Years Post-Diagnosis
Non-Hispanic black women diagnosed with breast cancer, specifically those with estrogen receptor-positive tumors, are at a significantly increased risk for breast cancer death compared with non-Hispanic white women. "This difference was greatest in the first three years after diagnosis," said Eric

2012/11/05 Promising Results In Three Ongoing Breast Cancer Trials
A malarial drug is showing promise in stopping breast cancer before it starts, Mason researchers are discovering during a clinical trial. "The bold long-term goal is a short-term oral treatment that prevents breast cancer by killing the precursor cells that initiate breast cancer," says Lance Liot

2012/11/04 New Diagnostic Tool Could Lower Numbers Of Unnecessary Lymph Node Surgeries In Breast Cancer
Using advanced microscopes equipped with tissue-penetrating laser light, cancer imaging experts at Johns Hopkins have developed a promising, new way to accurately analyze the distinctive patterns of ultra-thin collagen fibers in breast tumor tissue samples and to help tell if the cancer has spread.

2012/11/03 Predicting Tamoxifen Resistance In Breast Cancer Treatment
Scientists have identified a molecular 'flag' in women with breast cancer who do not respond or have become resistant to the hormone drug tamoxifen. Tamoxifen - used alongside traditional chemotherapy and radiotherapy - blocks the female hormone oestrogen that, in certain breast cancers, is requir

2012/11/02 Improved Survival For Elderly Women With Early-Stage Breast Cancer Who Undergo Radiation Treatment After Surgery
Elderly women with early-stage breast cancer live longer with radiation therapy and surgery compared with surgery alone, researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine have found. The researchers, who collected data on almost 30,000 women, ages 70 to 84, with early, highly treatable br

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