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Basal-like breast cancers, also known as triple-negative cancers, are a particularly aggressive subtype of breast cancer with limited treatment options. Although the origin of luminal (cells that line the surface of the breast duct) and basal subtypes of breast cancer is unknown, studies sug
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Radiotherapy has become a crucial part of breast cancer treatment, it can also have a severe influence on patients' quality of life, including their emotional, physical, and social wellbeing. It can also cause cancer-related fatigue.
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A protein that can predict whether or not DNA-damaging treatments will be effective when it is found in high concentrations in breast cancer tumors, according to researchers.
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Breast cancer is the most common form of the disease among women; in Australia, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer by the age of 85.
Radiotherapy has emerged as an important component of breast cancer treatment but can lead to cancer-related fatigue and negatively impac
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Researchers found out the types of disease affecting women is breast cancer and suggested a diagnosis received by the women.
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Researchers found that women who acquire a benign breast illness diagnosis through screening have an almost doubled risk of acquiring breast cancer.
Variable voltages have been discovered in the membranes of breast cancer cells, revealing information about how the cells grow and spread.
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The risk of breast cancer is almost doubled in women diagnosed with benign breast disease through screening, according to research presented at the 13th European Breast Cancer Conference.
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Researchers have identified that people who inherit a faulty copy of the BRCA1 gene may develop mutations and cancer due to error-prone DNA replication and repair. When these individuals' cells are under stress, replication of the normal BRCA1 gene stalls because of the highly repetitive DNA
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People with type 2 diabetes who acquire cancer are more likely to have an advanced form of the disease diagnosed, according to research.
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Cancer cells require proteins that bind copper ions in order to develop and spread throughout the human body. Recent studies on the interactions between proteins and how they bind to metals in cancer-related proteins have revealed possible new therapeutic targets.