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Women who live in areas of high pollution may have an increased risk of developing breast cancer, a new study suggests. Researchers said living in areas with a high level of fine particles from air po...
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This year, more than 25,000 Canadians will receive a diagnosis of breast cancer — most of them women. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canadian women, and about 4,900 women...
'All women or all breast cancer survivors can add soy as a component of a healthy diet.'
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Alex Swarbrick was a recipient of Cancer Council NSW's 2017 Research Awards.
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It could be that soy is protective only if women eat it before cancer develops.
Shannen Doherty has claimed being diagnosed with breast cancer has made her a "better human being" and "changed her life for the better". The US actress made a powerful speech after she was honoured a...
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In a small village outside of Milton Keynes, dogs of all ages and breeds are trained to sniff out cancer from thousands of samples, in a routine that will one day save lives. At Medical Detection Dogs...
Only 15 percent of Aussie women have good breast health understanding.