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Breast Implants Maybe Cancerous

Breast Implants Maybe Cancerous

After a study, the researchers have concluded that breast implants may cause cancer. Research from the Medical University Vienna, the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna and the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Cancer Research cooperated for ... MedIndia, 2 weeks ago
Accolades for UMS anti-cancer research at FAPA Sabah Daily Express, 6 days ago

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SpongeBob Goes Pink in Oz

For the fourth year in a row, Nickelodeon has partnered with The National Breast Cancer Foundation in Australia for a SpongeBob SquarePants promotion in support of breast cancer research. Throughout the month of October, which is breast cancer ...
 License6 days ago AUSTRALIA: Spongebob Squarepants to support Breast Cancer Research  Licensing.biz6 days ago Electrolux and Blanco go pink to support breast cancer research in October  Appliance Retailer2 weeks ago Marta Dusseldorp has been touched by cancer and will MC the Pink Ribbon Breakfast in a bid to stop others suffering  Brisbane Courier-Mail2 weeks ago

Post-treatment health education program improves quality of life for breast cancer patients, Australia

A study by Queensland University of Technology (QUT) health researchers in collaboration with The Wesley Hospital Kim Walters Choices Program has found that women treated for breast cancer improved their quality of life after completing a specially ...
 Medical News Today1 week ago New Summary: Bone health in patients with breast cancer. [CancerControl Alberta]  National Guideline Clearinghouse1 week ago Revealed: The public hospitals where patients wait longest for bowel cancer surgery and the cancers that come ahead in the queue  Capital Bay2 weeks ago Most wait times for cancer surgery within 30 days: report  ABC Online3 weeks ago

Avon Breast Cancer Crusade

This October, to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Avon Australia has announced the company will donate $1 million to the Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG) to fund vital clinical trials research, and help make ...
 Femail2 days ago HOT TOPIC: Breast Cancer Awareness 2014  Reuters5 days ago Author says hope the key in breast cancer fight  NewsMail1 week ago HOT TOPIC: Breast Cancer Awareness2014  4 Traders1 week ago
ABC Online

Lung cancer funding rises but still low

Only five per cent of tumour-specific research funding is spent on investigating lung cancer, yet it kills more Australians than any other cancer. A Cancer Australia audit of cancer research investment, released on Wednesday, showed $1 billion ...
 Sky News Australia4 weeks ago Bare all TV ads encourage country people to check for cancer symptoms  ABC Online1 week ago A cancer-fighting berry has been found on a tree that ONLY grows in far North Queensland...and human trials have already been approved  Capital Bay2 weeks ago Taking the fight to forgotten cancers weeks ago
Dominion Post

Fighting back against breast cancer

A breast cancer diagnosis can be a crushing blow. Source: ITS estimated more than 15,000 Australian women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, and one in eight women will experience breast cancer in their lifetime. These are sobering ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail3 weeks ago Stars in the fight against breast cancer  New York Post2 weeks ago A question of life  Dominion Post1 week ago

Cancer Causing Breast Implants?

An international research group including Viennese pathologist Lukas Kenner has reviewed cases of possible association between breast implants and a form of lymphoma that may develop tumours at a later stage. The researchers conclude that breast ...
 Medical Design Technology2 weeks ago Link between breast implants and cancer under investigation  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago
Qatar is Booming

HMC urges women to be کbreast aware'

TRIBUNE NEWS NETWORK DOHA FOR 41-year-old Qatar resident Lisa Gardiner, a mammogram suggested by her doctor in Australia during her trip home was routine. With no family history of breast cancer, she didn't think she could be at a risk. However, ...
 Qatar Tribune2 weeks ago Hamad Medical Corporation asks women to be breast aware  Qatar is Booming3 weeks ago

Mothers who smoke damage fertility of their sons

Mothers who smoke while they are pregnant or breast feeding may be damaging the fertility of their sons, a new research has warned. It is already known that smoking during pregnancy can have a number of harmful effects on the developing foetus, ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Damaging legacy: Mothers who smoke affect the fertility of their sons  Science Daily2 weeks ago

Life-extending Metastatic Breast Cancer Treatment Halaven® (Eribulin) Launches in Australia

CommentsHATFIELD, England, /PRNewswire/ -- FOR EU MEDIA ONLY: NOT FOR SWISS/U.S. JOURNALISTS Halaven® (eribulin) has received reimbursement in Australia for the treatment of patients with locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer.[1] The agent ...
 AndhraNews.net3 weeks ago ESMO 2014: Eisai's Halaven could provide better quality of life for breast cancer patients  Pharma Letter3 weeks ago Halaven(R) (Eribulin) Provides Clinical Benefit Without an Adverse Effect on Quality of Life: Data Presented at ESMO  Individual.com3 weeks ago Halaven® (Eribulin) Provides Clinical Benefit Without an Adverse Effect on Quality of Life: Data Presented at ESMO  Sys-Con Canada3 weeks ago
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