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2014-10-21 23:00:39

HealthForumOnline (HFO) has recently updated The Psychosocial Needs of Women Undergoing Genetic Counseling and Testing in the Breast Cancer Context, an online continuing education (CE) course

Angelina Jolie Effect
2014-09-19 08:30:21

Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a double mastectomy after being told she would likely develop breast cancer had a tremendous impact on testing for the disease in the UK, the authors of a new Breast Cancer Journal study reported on Friday.

2014-09-08 08:31:52

Kazutoshi Mori and Peter Walter for discoveries concerning the unfolded protein response--an intracellular quality-control system that detects harmful misfolded proteins in the endoplasmic reticulum

Gene Increases Risk Of Developing breast Cancer To One In Three By Age 70
2014-08-08 03:08:44

Women with mutations in the PALB2 gene have on average a one in three chance of developing breast cancer by the age of seventy.

2014-06-26 08:27:43

- Trial will measure investigational compound's efficacy and safety in patients with HER2-negative breast cancer, associated with BRCA 1, BRCA 2 mutations NORTH CHICAGO, Ill.,

2014-06-25 23:14:27

AllMed webinar provides in-depth review of the latest in standard of care for the genetic testing of breast and ovarian cancer. Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) June

breast cancer double mastectomy
2014-05-22 11:34:51

A new study has found that approximately 70 percent of women who have both breasts removed after having a breast cancer diagnosis in a single breast do it regardless of having a low risk of having cancer in the healthy breast.

2014-04-04 12:23:54

Today we know that women carrying BCRA1 and BCRA2 gene mutations have a 43% to 88% risk of developing from breast cancer before the age of 70.

2014-03-26 23:25:49

Fulgent Diagnostics announces a clinical BRCA1/BRCA2 full gene sequencing test for $500. Temple City, California (PRWEB) March 26, 2014 In addition to


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