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Study Reveals IVF Treatment Does Not Raise Breast Cancer Risk: IVF Treatment Previously Linked To Breast Cancer

Large New Study Shows No Link Between IVF And Breast Cancer

Home » Health » / no comments For the latest research The main takeaway is there's no evidence of an increased subsequent risk of breast cancer, at least in the first couple decades, said Dr. Saundra S. Buys, an oncologist at the Huntsman ..., 2 weeks ago

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Girl, 15, to have both breasts removed to make after winning sex-change court battle in Australia

Singapore, Aug 7 (IANS) Medical researchers have found that inhibiting a protein called BMI1 could impair tumour growth in lung cancer. Reducing the levels of BMI1 by genetic means, or by using a drug reducing expression of BMI1, led to inhibition ...
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Do it yourself science: Shane Greenup, the Australian man taking on the $26b baby formula market

The vision? "A world where where all babies, whether breastfed or formula-fed, are equally healthy, happy and strong." Shane Greenup knows the worth of mothers' milk better than most. It's about $US20 billion ($26 billion) a year. That's the ...
 Macleay Argus2 weeks ago Asia Pacific Baby Drinks Market Is Expected to Reach US $18291.6 Mn by 2020, Expanding at 7.90% CAGR from 2014 to 2020  Digital Journal1 week ago The man taking on the $26b baby formula market  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Man taking on the $26b baby formula market  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago

Researchers identify breast microbiome/bacterial differences between healthy and cancerous tissue

Home » Health » / no comments Bacteria that have the potential to abet breast cancer are present in the breasts of cancer patients, while beneficial bacteria are more abundant in healthy breasts, where they may actually be protecting women ...
 HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago Nutrients to ward off breast cancer week ago Why is breast cancer common but heart cancer rare?  Sunday Observer1 week ago Why are some cancers common and others rare?  Ecancer Medicalscience2 weeks ago

Garvan researchers uncover complex genetic secrets of cancer risk

In a landmark multi-country study, Australian researchers have transformed our understanding of the genes that affect our risk of cancer. The researchers uncovered numerous new genetic risk factors for the bone and soft-tissue cancer, sarcoma ...
 Medical Search2 weeks ago The Lancet Oncology: Australian researchers uncover complex genetic secrets of cancer risk  EurekAlert!2 weeks ago Complex genetic secrets of cancer risk uncovered  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Uncovered: Complex genetic secrets of cancer risk  DNA India2 weeks ago

Breast Cancer Screening (Mammography, MRI and Ultrasound) Market and Population Forecast to 2021 - Global Analysis

iGate Research PVT LTD. Breast Cancer Screening (Mammography, MRI and Ultrasound) Market and Population Forecast to 2021 - Global Analysis Breast cancer is one of the major cause of mortality among women in both the developed and developing ...
 MarketResearch.com2 weeks ago

Nauru: Australia's shame and a warning for Europe

I have lumps in my breasts, in my throat, and in my uterus… Halimeh spoke softly, but as she quickly uttered these words, I noticed an immense sadness in her dark brown eyes. We were sitting on the rocks near the ocean, wary of wild dogs barking ...
 Amnesty International3 hours ago

$5.8 million for international health research collaborations

More than $5 million has been awarded to Australian researchers collaborating with international experts to solve global health problems. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) today announced 11 grants to support international ...
 NHMRC1 day ago Researchers brand biophysical markers that might assistance urge treatments for sickle dungeon disease  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago Researchers identify biophysical markers that may help improve treatments for sickle cell disease  HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

World Breastfeeding Week: Conflicts of seductiveness in tot and immature child feeding

Home » news » / no comments In a issue of World Breastfeeding Week, heading academics in tot nourishment from a Australian National University, Julie Smith, Libby Salmon and Phillip Baker, inspect a hurdles that sojourn in gripping ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago

Parents knowingly put babies at risk of cot death

New Australian research finds parents are unknowingly putting their babies at risk of cot death. By Caitlin Chang 10 Aug 2016 - 1:35 PM UPDATEDYESTERDAY1:39PM One of the most common challenges facing new parents is the many pieces of ...
 Special Broadcasting Service1 week ago
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