Recent research demonstrates that the ratio of abdominal fat to peripheral fat is a significant independent predictor of cancer.
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1.9 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer every year by 2020, a group of experts have estimated. The multi-institutional group has focused on factors in early adulthood, which evidence suggests are linked to subsequent cancer risks later in life.
New research looking at racial survival disparities has suggested that aggressive breast cancer subtypes could explain the gap in mortality between black and white breast cancer patients.
A recent study led by researchers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (NH, USA) has demonstrated that aging normal breast tissues exhibit epigenetic changes that may contribute to the known increased risk of breast cancer with age.
Correlations between lncRNA-SOX2OT polymorphism and susceptibility to breast cancer in a Chinese population
In this research article discover the relationship between the SOX2OT gene and breast tumorigenesis.
New research from the University of Edinburgh highlights how an olive oil component, oleic acid, inhibits cancer-causing proteins in the brain.
A novel genetic test may help identify individuals at high-risk of anal cancer.
According to a new American Cancer Society Report, one in five cancer diagnoses in the United States is a rare cancer.
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.