A tumor-targeting Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) contrast, based on human proteins has been designed, that is also cleared easily by the body. The development has promise for clinical application.
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This paper provides an analytical validation for the 12-gene molecular assay. This test provides a clinical score that combines molecular information from genes within the tumor with clinical information to determine whether a breast cancer is at high or low risk of recurrence.
New research highlights the effect of increased autotaxin production in breast adipose tissue on radiotherapy, when treating breast cancer.
In this research article discover the relationship between the SOX2OT gene and breast tumorigenesis.
A web-based tool that allows patients to report their symptoms to their clinicians in real time has been shown to increase survival rates in metastatic cancer patients.
Researchers demonstrated that having a baby after a breast cancer diagnosis does not increase the risk of recurrence.
In the article under discussion here, the authors used epidemiological approachs to determine the cause–effect relationationships between potential risk factors and disease with emphasis on breast cancer comparing pre and post-menopausal women.
In this blog piece from our charity partner World Cancer Research Fund, Rachel Thompson tells us about the link between alcohol consumption and breast cancer.
Researchers have demonstrated that pre-invasive breast cancer cells undergo a stiffening state, through actin-stress fiber organization, prior to becoming malignant.
A group of researchers from the University of Missouri (MO, USA) report a novel technique for detecting and analyzing melanoma cells which could lead to better and faster diagnosis of the disease.