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Breast Cancer
Why is there no cure for breast cancer? What´s new on the horizon? Is there hope? Read about what the experts have to say.

Breast Cancer - Silencing a Deadly Conversation star
While it is already known that breast cancer cells create the conditions for their own survival by communicating their needs to the healthy cells that surround them, Australian researchers have identified a new way of turning off that cellular cross talk.

Breast Cancer and Heart Disease star
New research now indicates that women who have a mutated form of the BRCA 1 or BRCA 2 gene, who are at risk for hereditary breast cancer, may also be at greater risk for heart disease.

Breast Cancer Treatment News iPhone App star
As concerned patients, we all try to stay on top of the news regarding breast cancer research. Wouldn't it be great to have the latest information at our fingertips, all in one place?

Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation star[offsite link]
Up to the minute information on new research.

Identification of New Breast Cancer Genes star
Scientists at the British Columbia Cancer Agency and University of British Columbia have identified new breast cancer genes. This is a discovery that may change the way breast cancer is diagnosed, as well the way it is treated.

Statin Drugs May Treat Breast Cancer star
Recent research studies have shown that cholesterol-lowering statins may keep breast cancer at bay in some patients.

Tumor Status Changes Affect Treatment star
New research shows the hormonal status of tumors changes throughout the course of the disease; however, treatment is usually based on the initial status. Therefore patients may not be receiving optimal treatment.

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