MANY Australian women are failing to protect themselves from breast and ovarian cancer despite knowing they carry a dangerous gene mutation, according to a new study. About 20 per cent are likely to have their breasts removed, according to the study ... NEWS.com.au, 2 weeks ago
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Australian actor Samuel Johnson with his sister Connie, who has terminal breast cancer. Australian actor Samuel Johnson is urging the Wollongong community to set him a dare when he unicycles into town next month. The actor best known for roles ...Illawarra Mercury, 1 month ago Unicycling actor Samuel Jackson to take on Breast Cancer Surat Basin Online, 1 month ago Actor Samuel Johnson to unicylce 15,000km for world record NewsMail, 1 month ago Actor Samuel Johnson to unicycle through Noosa on his journey around Australia MySunshineCoast, 1 month ago
This month I have been one of countless people around the world wearing a pink ribbon in support of breast cancer awareness. Together we are shouting about the importance of being breast aware. But we're also searching for answers for how to ...Huffington Post UK, 1 month ago EpiCast Report: Breast Cancer - Epidemiology Forecast to 2022 Research and Markets, 2 days ago Breast Cancer Industry Analysis & 2022 Forecasts Individual.com, 1 day ago
ELIZABETH JACKSON: Researchers in the US have discovered a link between cholesterol and breast cancer, pointing towards the possibility of using cholesterol-lowering drugs, called statins, to prevent cancer. The team, from Duke University in North ...ABC Online, 6 days ago New Breast Cancer Risk Gene Discovered Bioscience Technology Online, 1 month ago New risk gene discovery gives hope to early-onset breast cancer sufferers The Melbourne Newsroom, 1 month ago
HOLLYWOOD star Angelina Jolie underwent a breast reconstruction following a preventative mastectomy this year, but research shows there are low rates of reconstruction among Australian women. The first Australian Breast Reconstruction Awareness Day ...Daily Telegraph Australia - Inner West, 2 weeks ago Breast cancer: Genetic testing soars after Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy Sydney Morning Herald, 3 weeks ago Testing soars after Jolie's story Sydney Morning Herald, 3 weeks ago Testing soars after Jolie's surgery Melbourne Age, 3 weeks ago
Staff Reporter An award-winning group has helped raise more than $20,000 for breast cancer research during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Starr Partners network raised more than $20,000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) by ...Real Estate Business, 2 weeks ago MicroRNA Acts As Genetic Switch For Breast Cancer Spread Asian Scientist, 2 weeks ago Killing emus may benefit humans NEWS.com.au, 3 weeks ago Research uncovers breast cancer switch Brisbane Courier-Mail, 3 weeks ago
Helicopters supplied to Indonesia by Australia used in military operations amounting to genocide: Report
Research to be released Thursday into one of the most violent episodes in the history of West Papua claims that helicopters provided to Indonesia by the Australian government were used in military operations in the 1970s that amounted to genocide. ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Choppers in 'genocide' supplied by Australia Melbourne Age, 1 month ago
Yanping Zhang is not a doctor. But her contribution to breast cancer research in the ACT has potentially helped save lives and improve outcomes for the thousands of ACT women and handful of men who have been diagnosed with the disease over the past ...Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago Big picture in cancer care Canberra Times, 1 month ago
A recent survey by Cancer Australia to mark the 20th annual Pink Ribbon has revealed the benefits f exercise in lowering risk of breast cancer in women. Even though it is well known that regular exercise can reduce the risks of breast cancer, only ...MedIndia, 1 month ago
A PhD student who is developing a tool to help doctors increase their chances of ensuring breast cancer doesn't return after surgery has won the Trans-Tasman Three Minute Thesis competition at the University of Western Sydney. news.com.au 26 ...NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago
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