Latest Breakthrough Breast Cancer Stories
The first research from the Breakthrough Generations Study could lead to a test to predict a woman's reproductive lifespan.
SAN ANTONIO, Dec.
A new survey conducted by Breakthrough Breast Cancer, Britainâ€™s leading breast cancer charity, has found that only 35% of women regularly check their breasts for signs of cancer, and 23% never or seldom do.
Breakthrough Breast Cancer today announce that UK scientists have discovered that a gene â€“ named after the James Bond villain Scaramanga â€“ can trigger the development of breasts. This has important implications for breast cancer, as reported in the journal Genes and Development.
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