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Youthful Elizabeth Hurley, 52, is playfully fed sweet treats by millionaire Sudha Reddy as she dazzles in glittering … – Daily Mail

December 12, 2017 No comments yet

Daily Mail Youthful Elizabeth Hurley, 52, is playfully fed sweet treats by millionaire Sudha Reddy as she dazzles in glittering … Daily Mail She was no doubt delighted when the Indian millionaire donated 135,000 euros to her Breast Cancer Research Foundation earlier in the evening. And Elizabeth Hurley appeared to a high following the massive donation as Sudha Reddy playfully feed her a ..

Breast cancer less likely to come back with more intensive chemo – Cancer Research UK

December 8, 2017 No comments yet

Cancer Research UK Breast cancer less likely to come back with more intensive chemo Cancer Research UK Giving chemotherapy in higher average doses reduces the risk of early stage breast cancer coming back, according to new unpublished results. More intense chemotherapy dosing also reduced the risk of patients dying from their breast cancer , compared to …

Our milestones: Nudging breast cancer radiotherapy in the right direction – Cancer Research UK (blog)

November 24, 2017 No comments yet

Cancer Research UK (blog) Our milestones: Nudging breast cancer radiotherapy in the right direction Cancer Research UK (blog) In this instalment, we take look at how the START trials provided crucial evidence to change practice for women having radiotherapy for early stage breast cancer .

Thousands to benefit as ‘breakthrough’ breast cancer drugs approved for NHS use – The Guardian

November 16, 2017 No comments yet

The Guardian Thousands to benefit as 'breakthrough' breast cancer drugs approved for NHS use The Guardian The treatments are designed to help women with oestrogen-receptor positive breast cancer , where the growth of tumours is fuelled by the hormone oestrogen – about two-thirds of cases of breast cancer . Patients who were diagnosed with this kind of cancer?… 'Breakthrough' breast cancer drugs get NHS approval BBC News 'Breakthrough' breast cancer drugs approved Sky News Two breast cancer drugs get NHS approval | Cancer Research UK Cancer Research UK Mirror.co.uk ?- The Sun ?- Telegraph.co.uk all 63 news articles??

The Path Forward in Breast Cancer Research – OncLive

November 13, 2017 No comments yet

The Path Forward in Breast Cancer Research OncLive Panelists: Adam M. Brufsky, MD, PhD, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute; Michael Gnant, MD, Medical University of Vienna; Joyce A.

Breast cancer ‘can return 15 years after treatment ends’ – BBC News

November 9, 2017 No comments yet

BBC News Breast cancer 'can return 15 years after treatment ends' BBC News Breast cancer can resurface after remaining dormant for 15 years following successful treatment, a study has found. Women with large tumours and cancer that had spread to the lymph nodes had the highest 40% risk of it coming back.

Breast cancer ‘can return 15 years after treatment ends’ – BBC News – BBC News

November 9, 2017 No comments yet

BBC News Breast cancer 'can return 15 years after treatment ends' – BBC News BBC News Extending treatment with hormone therapy could reduce the risk of it recurring. Breast cancer can lay dormant for 15 years, researchers find Sky News Breast cancer warning: Deadly disease could resurface after remaining dormant for 15 YEARS Express.co.uk Breast cancer can reappear 15 years after successful treatment, study claims The Sun ITV News ?- The Times ?- Clinical Trial Service Unit ?- Cancer Research UK all 124 news articles??

Breast cancer drug not recommended for use in England | Cancer … – Cancer Research UK

September 1, 2017 No comments yet

Cancer Research UK Breast cancer drug not recommended for use in England | Cancer … Cancer Research UK The drug fulvestrant (Faslodex) has not been recommended in England to treat late stage breast cancer, in draft guidance

Women with BRCA gene mutations given clearer picture of breast and ovarian cancer risk – The Guardian

June 20, 2017 No comments yet

The Guardian Women with BRCA gene mutations given clearer picture of breast and ovarian cancer risk The Guardian The study published in JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association found that women with BRCA1 mutations have on average a 72% risk of developing breast cancer by the age of 80. For BRCA2 mutation carriers, the risk of breast cancer is 69%. Risk of developing cancer from the 'Angelina Jolie gene' depends entirely on family history, major study finds Daily Mail ' Breast Cancer Genes': How Much Do They Increase Cancer Risk?

Ahead of Father’s Day, UNICEF cites critical role fathers play in early childhood learning – UN News Centre

June 16, 2017 No comments yet

UN News Centre Ahead of Father's Day, UNICEF cites critical role fathers play in early childhood learning UN News Centre “What these numbers show us is that father's are struggling to play an active role in their children's early years,” said Laurence Chandy, UNICEF Director of Data, Research and Policy, in a statement on the study, released as some 80 countries around … UNICEF highlights 'Super Dads' Breaking Belize News (blog) Cricket Legend Sachin Tendulkar Highlights Fathers' Role In Children's Early Development Look To The Stars all 4 news articles??