Study shows how breast cancer cells spread late in disease development
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  August 16, 2017  
  Breast Cancer  
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 Study shows how breast cancer cells spread late in disease developmentStudy shows how breast cancer cells spread late in disease development
 
Breast cancer cells that spread to other parts of the body break off and leave the primary tumor at late stages of disease development, scientists from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and their collaborators have found.
 
 
 Cancer prognosis improves in young women treated with breast conserving surgeryCancer prognosis improves in young women treated with breast conserving surgery
 
A new analysis indicates that breast cancer prognoses have improved over time in young women treated with breast conserving surgery.
 
   NYITCOM research could potentially lead to more effective, less toxic cancer treatmentNYITCOM research could potentially lead to more effective, less toxic cancer treatment
 
Patients undergoing conventional chemotherapy for certain cancers could potentially receive more effective and less toxic drug treatment.
 
 Late diagnosis of breast cancer in India linked to cultural issues, says study
 
Late diagnosis of breast cancer in India linked to cultural issues, says studyA new study, which is the first of its kind to analyse breast cancer awareness in India, published in the Journal of Business Research, suggests that due to the lack of early diagnosis, the country is moving towards an epidemic.
 
 
 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Reveals New Drug Compounds
 
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Reveals New Drug CompoundsIn 1971 President Nixon declared a “war on cancer”, when signing the National Cancer Act into US law.1 Since then, researchers, funding agencies, outreach groups, and clinicians have made great progress towards eradicating this devastating set of diseases.