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Olivia Newton-John 'feeling great' after breast cancer recovery

Melbourne [Australia], Aug 20 : Thanking fans for supporting her, singer Olivia Newton-John recently expressed her happiness by saying that she is feeling great while recovering from a breast cancer..
newKerala.com Also reported by •Sify

Potential new drug for kids' brain cancer

Queensland researchers are leading a trial to treat children with an aggressive form of brain tumour with a breast cancer drug.

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News video: Olivia Newton-John Shares Health Update Following Breast Cancer Relapse: 'I'm Feeling Great'

Olivia Newton-John Shares Health Update Following Breast Cancer Relapse: 'I'm Feeling Great' 02:04

The star shared the update in a special video message to launch a new fundraising campaign for the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Center.
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News video: High-calorie foods may increase cancer in women

High-calorie foods may increase cancer in women 00:45

UPI reports that women who consume lots of high calorie foods, including fast food, chips and desserts, may be at a higher risk for obesity-related cancers. A new study of over 92 thousand women, ages..
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United Hockey raise breast cancer awareness on Chris MacKinnon weekend.

United will raise awareness for breast cancer and honour a club legend on Saturday and Sunday.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Hot spot' test for cancer relapse risk

Women with large numbers of immune cells around tumours are more likely to see their breast cancer treatment fail within 10 years, scientists say.

Compound targets cancer's 'Achilles heel'

Australian scientists hope the drug compound S63845 will supercharge the treatment of some of the most aggressive types of breast cancer.

Genetic Technologies’ shares surge on launching promotional campaign

Genetic Technologies (ASX:GTG) has launched a three-month promotional campaign in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month which takes place throughout October 2017. The company’s shares were..
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Zelda Therapeutics expands breast cancer research

Zelda Therapeutics (ASX:ZLD) has expanded its research collaboration with Complutense University, based on positive initial research results from its breast cancer research program. The program builds..
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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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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.

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