Breast Cancer

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Breast Cancer


Comparison of CEA, MCA, CA 15-3 and CA 27-29 in follow-up and monitoring therapeutic response in breast cancer patients

Effectiveness of a noninvasive digital infrared thermal imaging system in the detection of breast cancer

Effect of Three Decades of Screening Mammography on Breast-Cancer Incidence

Environmental Causes of Breast Cancer and Radiation From Medical Imaging

False-Positives Par for Course With Yearly Mammograms

Genetic Studies Provide New Insights Into Breast Cancer Biology and Treatment

Moderate Alcohol Consumption During Adult life, Drinking Patterns, and Breast Cancer Risk

Breast Cancer Patients May get Estrogen Exposure from Skin Creams

Fatty Acid Synthase, A Novel Target for the Treatment of Drug Resistant Breast Cancers

Hormone Replacement Therapy in Relation to Breast Cancer

Dietary Fat and Breast Cancer

Causes of Death in American Women

Delaying Hormone Use Cuts Breast Cancer Risk

Estrogen Levels Linked to Breast Cancer Recurrence Risk

Mice reveal how stress fuels the spread of breast cancer

MRI Detects Breast Cancers at Earlier Stage

One fifth of all breast cancers that are detected by mammogram may potentially resolve themselves

Bright Light at Night May Boost Breast Cancer Risk

Breast cancer screening harms ten women for every one it helps

Confirmed: Breast Ca More Likely in HRT Users

A Review of Breast Thermography


EPIGENETICS for Breast Cancer Prevention

Immunotherapy of metastatic breast cancer patients with vitamin D-binding protein-derived macrophage activating factor (GcMAF)

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Ingredient Found In Green Tea Significantly Inhibits Breast Cancer Growth In Female Mice

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