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Breast cancer survivors, their family and friends are invited to the 17th Annual Rays of Hope Breast Cancer Survivors' Day, on April 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the MassMutual Center.
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Co-expression modules are groups of genes with highly correlated expression patterns.
Zhu Guizhen, a Chinese mother of a high school senior, says she was preparing to give up her fight with an aggressive form of breast cancer when she learned of a possible lifeline.
A study by researchers in Nottingham has developed a new clinical test for breast cancer which aims to improve patient treatment.
Anesthesiologists using a technique similar to a dental freeze can improve the quality of recovery and decrease recovery time for breast cancer surgery patients, according to a new study.
But that is the price one woman paid to have her tresses tended by the county's hairdresser to the stars Guy Kremer.
Intel Science Talent Search finalists, from left to right, Esha Maiti, Sara Sakowitz, Natalie Ng, and Angela Kong.
Identification of endogenous angiogenesis inhibitors has led to development of an increasingly attractive strategy for cancer therapy and other angiogenesis-driven diseases.
Terry Joyer, 57, a breast cancer survivor, wears a badge of her daughter, Lea Joyer-Christiansen, 38, also a cancer survivor, at the 2011 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Portland event.
The Basil family donated a Ford Club Wagon to the Erie County Medical Center on Monday.
Pulling Down the Moon, a facility that pioneered integrative care for fertility and has been in partnership with medical doctors for 12 years, has opened a new fertility and general health care holistic center in downtown Highland Park.
UT Arlington biochemists say their newly published study brings researchers a step closer to understanding how the commonly used synthetic compound bisphenol-A, or BPA, may promote breast cancer growth.
Professor Mark Lawler said a high proportion of older women with a certain form of breast cancer receive less chemotherapy than their younger counterparts A high proportion of older women with a certain form of breast cancer receive less chemotherapy than their younger counterparts, Professor Mark Lawler from Queen's University Belfast said.
A method called molecular subtyping can help doctors better determine which of their breast cancer patients are at high risk of getting breast cancer again, a new study led by the University of South Florida reports.
A former Perth doctor at a WA breast imaging clinic has been found to have misled women about the effectiveness of their alternative breast check techniques.
The Making Strides Breakfast was held this morning at The South in downtown Jackson.