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McGrath Foundation To Spread The Lurve at Splendour In The Grass

Recent research by the McGrath Foundation revealed that while seven in 10 young Australian women consider themselves breast aware, only half of these are conducting breast checks once a month . With that in mind, Curvey a gorgeous pink ... B&T Online, 1 month ago

Breast imaging at highest risk for medicolegal claims

Australian researchers examined closed medicolegal claims to determine which imaging modalities and types of errors tended to spark lawsuits, with the hope of finding strategies to improve patient safety -- and reduce litigation. They found that ...
 AuntMinnieEurope1 month ago
Canberra Times

Women with very early stage 'breast cancers' may not need treatment

Australian women with very early stage "breast cancers" are being given potentially unnecessary invasive treatment that may not decrease their risk of dying from the disease, a groundbreaking international study indicates. The research has the ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago Medicare to list 30-minute breast cancer treatment  Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)2 days ago Nodal irradiation improved breast cancer disease-free but not overall survival  PM 3601 month ago Regional Nodal Irradiation in Early-Stage Breast Cancer  New England Journal of Medicine1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

One drink a day increases a woman's risk of breast cancer: study

One alcoholic drink a day is enough to increase a woman's risk of breast cancer, according to new research that challenges Australia's current drinking guidelines. A review of two long term studies tracking more than 100,000 health professionals in ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago How were winning the war on cancer  Gold Coast Bulletin1 month ago One or Two Drinks a Day Might Boost Cancer Risk: Study  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago Sue Dunlevy National Health Reporter Drinking dancers : One drink a day causes cancer  Geelong Advertiser2 weeks ago
Times of India

Australian Breastfeeding Association launches friendly workplace program

Related Story: Dads, dummies and obesity influence breastfeeding decisions, study finds The Australian Breastfeeding Association has launched a Friendly Workplace Program in a bid to increase national breastfeeding rates. We ...
 ABC Online1 month ago Breastfeeding catching on globally  Times of India1 month ago Australian biotechnology start-ups grapple with risk-shy market, forcing some to look overseas for funds  ABC Online1 month ago
Capital Bay

Test that could predict breast cancer nine years before it strikes

Researchers say monitoring methyl can predict if a woman will get disease Those with low levels in white blood cells most likely to get breast cancer Findings could be helped to stop women from developing the cancer at all By Colin Fernandez, ...
 Capital Bay4 weeks ago Test could predict breast cancer nine years before it strikes  New Zealand Herald4 weeks ago Test could predict breast cancer  IOL3 weeks ago Simple blood test gives women at risk of breast cancer a better chance of survival  Mind Food1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Research finds extra radiation therapy helps breast cancer recovery

In some ways, the treatment Patricia Canteri received for her breast cancer 10 years ago was ahead of its time. Shortly after receiving her diagnosis in 2005, Mrs Canteri was enrolled in a clinical trial at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Extra radiation helps breast cancer recovery  Melbourne Age1 month ago

Obesity Pill Can Reduce Calorie Intake by 18%

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Australia, Aug. 3 -- The researchers from the University of Adelaide have developed an obesity pill that has the potential to reduce an individual's calorie ...
 HT Syndication1 month ago
Medical News Today

Fresh doubts over breast cancer tests: Harvard finds routine screening fails to cut deaths

Prima Biomed shares surge 44pc News Australia (Today) - PRIMA has received positive scientific advice from the European Medicines Agency on the development path for a drug to treat breast cancer.... Prima Biomed shares surge 25pc Weight ...
 DangoteNews.com1 month ago Decline in cancer death rates welcome, but much more to do, says Cancer Council Australia  Medical News Today1 month ago Mammograms prevent far too less breast cancer deaths than believed  Topnews.in1 month ago Breast cancer: screening mammograms don't necessarily reduce fatality rates  DangoteNews.com1 month ago
McMaster University

Landmark Global Study Provides New Evidence of Lymph...

Landmark Global Study Provides New Evidence of Lymph Node Radiation Benefit in Long-Term Breast Cancer Control An Australian/North American clinical trial has shown significant improvement in cancer-free survival among women who underwent lymph ...
 Nashville Medical News1 month ago Additional radiation to surrounding lymph nodes provides added benefit to breast cancer patients  News-Medical.Net1 month ago Additional radiation reduces breast-cancer recurrence for some patients: Hamilton study  EurekAlert!1 month ago
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