Recent Research Study | Breast Cancer 2020

Current perspective of Breast Cancer

Multigene testing for all patients with breast cancer cost-effective, ‘will save more lives’

Multigene testing for all patients with breast cancer could be a cost-effective way to reduce disease burden compared with testing based upon family history or other clinical criteria, according to study results.
“Our research strategy is focused on targeted precision prevention, [and] a key theme in our research strategy for a long time has been broadening access to genetic testing. This will increase the number of people who can access prevention and screening and reduce burden of disease well beyond what is possible through current clinical protocols,” Ranjit Manchanda, MD, PhD, clinical senior lecturer at Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine of Barts Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University of London, told HemOnc Today. “This has two components and approaches — increasing testing at cancer diagnosis and population testing. The work for this particular paper is providing evidence for testing all [patients with] breast cancer.”

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Breast Cancer 2019

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“Cancer can touch you, but not your soul; neither your thoughts, nor your heart”

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Radiation Therapy | Breast Cancer 2019

Microbubbles make breast cancer more susceptible to radiation therapy

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Bursting oxygen-filled microbubbles in breast cancer makes tumours three times more sensitive to radiation therapy in preliminary tests with animal models of the disease…
Injecting breast cancer with oxygen-filled microbubbles makes tumours three-times more sensitive to radiation therapy and improves survival in animal models of the disease. The study makes a strong case for moving this technology into clinical trials with breast cancer patients.
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Scotland trip with Breast Cancer Congress

It’s a glad welcome to all Professors, Business delegates, young Researchers, and scholars to have a look at our organization. Today is the day you begin to learn to look through the eyes of others; to find out and experience what the world is like for you. Here we provide a tremendous opportunity to join in this forum to utilize the expertise and novelties that expands your views in the fields of Research, collaboration, networking opportunity.

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Breast Cancer in Male

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Men diagnosed with male breast cancer at an early stage have a good chance for a cure. Treatment typically involves surgery to remove the breast tissue. Other treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, may be recommended based on your particular situation.

Inherited genes that increase breast cancer risk

Some men inherit abnormal (mutated) genes from their parents that increase the risk of breast cancer. Mutations in one of several genes, especially a gene called BRCA2, put you at greater risk of developing breast and prostate cancers.

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