Scientists have heralded a “breakthrough” in cancer treatment after deciphering the genetic code of thousands of tumours providing a road map for more effective treatment and new drug development. A groundbreaking international collaboration has shown how tumours in … [Read more...] about Major breakthrough in cancer care as gene map paves way for new treatments
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RESEARCHERS have announced that a new invention could stop thousands of women from losing their hair during chemotherapy.In the UK, 55,000 women a year are diagnosed with breast cancer, with nearly 18,000 of that number going through chemotherapy.The revolutionary … [Read more...] about Experts reveal breast cancer patients could avoid hairloss with revolutionary ice cap worn during chemo
LONELY breast cancer sufferers are 60 per cent more likely to die from the disease than those with a busy social life.Researchers also found they are 40 per cent more likely to suffer a tumour recurrence.It backs up previous findings that loneliness can seriously damage recovery … [Read more...] about Lonely breast cancer sufferers more likely to die than those with busy social lives, says study
October 2017 is breast cancer awareness month, which aims to highlight the importance of research into the condition and fundraising to help make it happen.The pink ribbon has been an international symbol of breast cancer for years - here is all the information you need to know … [Read more...] about What is the pink ribbon breast cancer awareness campaign, when did it become a symbol for the disease and how can you donate?
A-MOTHER-of -11 who survived two types of cancer tragically lost her life while protecting her son in the Orlando massacre.Brenda Lee Marquez McCool, 49, regularly went to the Pulse nightclub Latin night with her son Isaiah Henderson, 21.The pair were dancing when the gunfire … [Read more...] about Mother-of-11 who survived cancer twice dies in Orlando massacre shielding her son from gunman