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New research reveals effects of COVID-19 on breast cancer screening, treatment and care

Latest News New research reveals effects of COVID-19 on breast cancer screening, treatment and care An increase in deaths could be prevented by ensuring older women do not miss final screening During the COVID-19 pandemic, many countries paused their breast cancer screening programmes. A new study, presented at the 12th European Breast READ MORE

New research reveals effects of COVID-19 on breast cancer screening, treatment and care2020-10-03T00:52:52+00:00

Bridging the age gap: two studies show how older breast cancer patients can be treated more effectively

Latest News Bridging the age gap: two studies show how older breast cancer patients can be treated more effectively Women with breast cancer who are aged older than 70 years are sometimes not offered surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy because doctors believe their patients will not be able to tolerate these treatments and READ MORE

Bridging the age gap: two studies show how older breast cancer patients can be treated more effectively2020-10-03T00:44:46+00:00

Pattern of gut bacteria linked to effectiveness of chemotherapy in breast cancer patients

Latest News Pattern of gut bacteria linked to effectiveness of chemotherapy in breast cancer patients Researchers studying the activity of gut bacteria in breast cancer patients have found a possible link with how well their chemotherapy works. The study, presented at the 12th European Breast Cancer Conference, included a small group of READ MORE

Pattern of gut bacteria linked to effectiveness of chemotherapy in breast cancer patients2020-09-18T07:55:56+00:00

Spotting breast cancer that has spread to the brain before it causes symptoms could be key to better survival

Latest News Spotting breast cancer that has spread to the brain before it causes symptoms could be key to better survival Breast cancer patients whose disease has spread to their brains fare better if their metastases are picked up before they begin to cause symptoms, according to a study presented at the READ MORE

Spotting breast cancer that has spread to the brain before it causes symptoms could be key to better survival2020-09-16T12:14:39+00:00
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