New Delhi, Aug 23: In a study that could help design better drugs for breast cancer, researchers at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER)-Bhopal have identified the mechanism by which breast cancer cells proliferate and spread. The team studied the regulation of a gene called ‘ESRP1’ in breast cancer. They found that…… Continue reading Research paves way for better drugs for breast cancer
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Fertility Preservation Safe for Young Women with Breast Cancer
In the United States, large barriers remain for women with cancer who want to preserve their fertility, explained Dr. Levine. For instance, while fertility preservation is available to all women in Sweden under their national health system, many insurance plans in the United States don’t cover it for young cancer patients.
#Healh: Breast cancer treatment takes a big leap forward
Cancer news India | Cancer care in India | Health news New Delhi, Sep 01 (India Science Wire): Breast-cancer is the most common cancer in women in India. An estimated one in twenty-eight women is likely to develop breast cancer during her lifetime. In urban areas, one in twenty-two women is likely to develop breast…… Continue reading #Healh: Breast cancer treatment takes a big leap forward
In India, around 5.8 lakh new cases of cancers were diagnosed in women in 2018
In 2020, American Oncology Institute will create 2020 Nyla Volunteers across 13 states in India American Oncology Institute announces the launch of its exclusive Campaign for ‘Cancers in Women’- NYLA, a movement for early detection and prevention of Cancers in Women Hyderabad, February 09, 2020: American Oncology Institute (AOI), South Asia’s leading chain of cancer…… Continue reading In India, around 5.8 lakh new cases of cancers were diagnosed in women in 2018
Modern breast cancer care coupled with patient’s positive attitude can enable to conquer cancer!
Breast cancer is a malignant tumor – a tumor with the potential to invade other tissues or spread to other parts of the body.
Breaking news : After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Men May Be More Likely to Die than Women
Men may be more likely than women to die after being diagnosed with breast cancer, particularly during the first 5 years after diagnosis, a new study suggests.