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 Discovering a new role for a protein that could cause breast cancer to spread to the lungsDiscovering a new role for a protein that could cause breast cancer to spread to the lungs
 
In this interview, News-Medical speaks to Dr. Cristina Branco from Breast Cancer Now about the spread of breast cancer cells to the lungs.
 
   Deep learning helps determine a woman’s risk of breast cancerDeep learning helps determine a woman’s risk of breast cancer
 
A new deep learning model could more accurately predict a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer than current risk assessment tools.
 
   ‘Molecular clock’ blood test could help identify actively growing tumors in metastatic breast cancer‘Molecular clock’ blood test could help identify actively growing tumors in metastatic breast cancer
 
A blood test to watch breast cancer’s ‘molecular clock’ could help track the growth of multiple tumors around the body and monitor how they are responding to treatment, new research suggests.
 
 Study: Radiotherapy and surgery offer better protection in treating abnormal breast tissue
 
Study: Radiotherapy and surgery offer better protection in treating abnormal breast tissueA major study of women with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) - a breast condition that can become invasive cancer - has shown that surgery to remove the tissue followed by radiotherapy offers better protection compared to surgery alone.
 
 
 New genomic tool can accurately assess the risk of breast cancer
 
New genomic tool can accurately assess the risk of breast cancerBreast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed disease in women and is the main cause of cancer-related mortalities in this group of population.
 
 
 Researchers detect new immune cells that act as major driver of breast cancer growth
 
Researchers detect new immune cells that act as major driver of breast cancer growthSeveral breast cancer immunotherapies have had only minimal success in treating the aggressive forms of this disease.
 
 
 Researchers successfully perform terahertz imaging of early-stage breast cancer without staining
 
Researchers successfully perform terahertz imaging of early-stage breast cancer without stainingA team of researchers at Osaka University, in collaboration with the University of Bordeaux and the Bergonié Institute in France, has succeeded in terahertz imaging of early-stage breast cancer less than 0.5 mm without staining, which is difficult to identify even by pathological diagnosis.