Researchers modulate the activity of potential therapeutic target for triple-negative breast cancer
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 The potential for automatic diagnosis of palpable breast lumps without a radiologist or sonographerThe potential for automatic diagnosis of palpable breast lumps without a radiologist or sonographer
 
A new study evaluated the efficacy of the volume sweep imaging ultrasound scans and artificial intelligence in providing fully automated and inexpensive breast ultrasound scans and interpretation without the need for experienced radiologists or sonographers.
 
 
 Researchers modulate the activity of potential therapeutic target for triple-negative breast cancerResearchers modulate the activity of potential therapeutic target for triple-negative breast cancer
 
Less than 20% of diagnosed breast cancers are designated "triple-negative," lacking three types of receptors often found in other breast cancer types.
 
   The importance of early cancer screeningThe importance of early cancer screening
 
In this interview, Thomas Qiu, Senior Product Manager from BGI Genomics, talks to NewsMedical about current global cancer rates, and the importance of early cancer screening.
 
   Two studies emphasize the need for ethnically diverse prostate cancer genetic testingTwo studies emphasize the need for ethnically diverse prostate cancer genetic testing
 
More than 1.4 million men were diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2020 globally, but the molecular characteristics of the disease remain unexplored for the majority of patients around the world.
 
   AI could make doctors’ work simpler, faster, and more preciseAI could make doctors’ work simpler, faster, and more precise
 
One in nine women in the developed world will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life. The prevalence of breast cancer is increasing, an effect caused in part by the modern lifestyle and increased lifespans.
 
 One in five women likely to forgo additional testing after abnormal mammogram
 
One in five women likely to forgo additional testing after abnormal mammogramOne in five women is likely to forgo additional testing after an abnormal finding on a screening mammogram if there is a deductible, according to a new study presented today at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.
 
 
 Researchers highlight the importance of localizing BRCA gene mutations for better ovarian cancer treatment
 
Researchers highlight the importance of localizing BRCA gene mutations for better ovarian cancer treatmentMutations of BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, which are inherited by 1 in 400 and 1 in 800 people respectively, significantly increase the risk of certain cancers such as ovarian, breast, pancreatic and prostate cancer.
 
 
 Importance of localizing BRCA gene mutations for ovarian cancer treatment
 
Importance of localizing BRCA gene mutations for ovarian cancer treatmentMutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, which are inherited by 1 in 400 and 1 in 800 persons, respectively, elevate the risk of various malignancies such as ovarian, breast, pancreatic, and prostate cancer considerably.
 
 
 Anaplastic large-cell lymphoma risk after reconstructive surgery is extremely low, study finds
 
Anaplastic large-cell lymphoma risk after reconstructive surgery is extremely low, study findsThe incidence of a rare cancer, anaplastic large-cell lymphoma (ALCL), has surged in recent years, possibly because of the growing use of textured breast implants.