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Fans celebrate what would have been Mao Kobayashi’s 35th birthday today

Fans of late TV announcer Mao Kobayashi, who died on June 22 after a long battle with breast cancer, took to her blog Friday to celebrate her birthday,…
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Invitrocue and Genome Institute of Singapore to develop in vitro cancer models

Invitrocue (ASX:IVQ) has established a joint innovation laboratory with the Genome Institute of Singapore to develop cancer organoids to better guide clinical decision in cancer management. Invitrocue..
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News video: Procedure preventing dangerous complication for breast cancer survivors

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A new procedure performed right here in Boston is preventing what can be a dangerous complication for breast cancer survivors.
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News video: Study Finds Social Interaction During Chemo May Aid Cancer Patients' Survival Rates

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Research by the National Human Genome Research Institute showed social interaction between cancer patients may improve their response to treatment. The study found that how cancer patients responded to..
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News video: FDA Approves Use of Breast Cancer Treatment Nerlynx

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This week the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the use of Nerlynx, which treats early-stage HER2-positive breast cancer to lower remission risk. Nerlynx reportedly works by blocking several..
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Maryam Mirzakhani, first woman to win Fields Medal in mathematics, dies at 40

Stanford University, where Mirzakhani had been a professor since 2008, announced her death but did not say where she died. The cause was breast cancer.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Angela Brodie, pioneer in treatment of breast cancer

Rather than searching for a drug that would block oestrogen, Angela Brodie looked for a way to limit its production.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ImpediMed begins lymphoedema study using its health device

ImpediMed (ASX:IPD) has commenced enrolment in the first planned clinical study of its “SOZO” device for lymphoedema, a condition that causes swelling in the body's tissues. SOZO uses bioimpedance..
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Heart research gender bias killing women

Experts are calling for more research into cardiovascular disease in women, which kills three times as many women as breast cancer.

AirXpanders launches unique medical device in the U.S.

AirXpanders (ASX:AXP) has rolled out its AeroForm Tissue Expander System in more than 100 medical institutions and health systems across the U.S. AeroForm Tissue Expander offers a needle-free..
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Pregnancy safe for breast cancer survivors

A European study has found women who've had breast cancer and become pregnant after treatment are no more likely to have their cancer recur.

Golf - Cink qualifies for U.S. Open as major field finalised

Cink played a light schedule last year as his wife Lisa received treatment for breast cancer, even skipping the British Open where he beat Tom Watson in a playoff to win at Turnberry in 2009.

Poor numbers behind drive for Arabic women's breast screening

SBS World News Radio: Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Australia, but many still are not getting tested for it.Arabic-speaking women are especially notable among them, with new..

Prima BioMed reveals positive initial results from breast cancer trial

Prima BioMed’s (ASX:PRR, NASDAQ:PBMD) breast cancer clinical trial has demonstrated that its lead product IMP321 is safe and well tolerated. The company’s shares were last trading 12.9% higher..
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Prima breast cancer drug shown to be safe

Biotech Prima Biomed's lead compound, IMP321, has been shown to be safe and effective in the early stages of a trial to treat patients with breast cancer.
SBS Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

A third of home owners risk losing homes if sick: research

When south-west Sydney resident Natalie Curley was diagnosed with breast cancer, she feared she'd lose her home.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Breast cancer imaging tool to help surgery

A West Australian invention aimed at lowering the number of breast cancer patients needing multiple surgeries is being commercialised.

Zelda Therapeutics builds upon breast cancer research

Zelda Therapeutics (ASX:ZLD) has received positive results from its ongoing pre-clinical research into the effects of cannabinoids against various types of human breast cancers. These latest results..
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