Most young women treated for breast cancer can have children
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New research has encouraging news for young women who have survived breast cancer and want to have children. The study, which tracked nearly 200 young women treated for breast cancer, found that the majority of those who tried to conceive during a median of 11 years after treatment were able to become pregnant and give birth to a child ..read more
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The aspirin conundrum: Navigating negative results, age, aging dynamics and equity
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A new study examining the role of aspirin in breast cancer treatment reveals critical issues related to health equity and aging that have broad implications for cancer and other disease intervention trials, say researchers ..read more
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Breast cancer rates rising among Canadian women in their 20s, 30s and 40s
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Rates of breast cancer in women under the age of 50 are rising in Canada according to a study which showed an increase in breast cancer diagnoses among females in their twenties, thirties, and forties ..read more
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AI-assisted breast-cancer screening may reduce unnecessary testing
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Researchers showed that AI assistance potentially could improve breast-cancer screening by reducing the number of false positives without missing true positives ..read more
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Less extensive breast cancer surgery results in fewer swollen arms
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It is possible to leave most of the lymph nodes in the armpit, even if one or two of them have metastases larger than two millimeters. This is shown in a trial enrolling women from five countries. The results open up for gentler surgery for patients with breast cancer ..read more
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'Exhausted' immune cells in healthy women could be target for breast cancer prevention
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People carrying BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations are at high risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer. Researchers have found that changes occur in the immune cells of breast tissue in carriers of BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations long before breast cancer develops. This raises the possibility of early intervention to prevent the disease, as an alternative to risk-reduction surgery. Drugs already approved for late-stage breast cancer treatment could reactivate the faulty immune cells and keep the breast cells healthy. If successful in mouse models, this preventative therapeutic approach could pave t ..read more
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Researchers develop deep learning model to predict breast cancer
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Researchers have developed a new, interpretable artificial intelligence (AI) model to predict 5-year breast cancer risk from mammograms, according to a new study ..read more
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In the fight against breast cancer, researchers identify malignancy hibernation as the next battleground
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There is a surprising dearth of research about how breast cancer cells can go dormant, spread and then resurface years or even decades later, according to a new review of in vitro breast cancer studies ..read more
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GPS nanoparticle platform precisely delivers therapeutic payload to cancer cells
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A newly developed 'GPS nanoparticle' injected intravenously can home in on cancer cells to deliver a genetic punch to the protein implicated in tumor growth and spread, according to researchers. They tested their approach in human cell lines and in mice to effectively knock down a cancer-causing gene, reporting that the technique may potentially offer a more precise and effective treatment for notoriously hard-to-treat basal-like breast cancers ..read more
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A smart molecule beats the mutation behind most pancreatic cancer
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Researchers have designed a candidate drug that could help make pancreatic cancer, which is almost always fatal, a treatable, perhaps even curable, condition ..read more
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