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Scientists say targeting an estrogen receptor in the nuclei of cancer cells may make them more sensitive to chemotherapy, without increasing side effects. (PRWEB)
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The reason that girls are less likely than boys to suffer from autism may have something to do with the same sex hormone receptor responsible for helping protect them from stroke, according to new research published Tuesday in the journal Molecular Autism.
Obese male mice and normal weight female mice produce female pups that are overweight at birth and in childhood, and have increased number of "terminal end buds" in their breast tissue — the site where cancer often develops in rodents.
Cigarette smoking has frequently been linked to cancers of the respiratory system, but a new study has found that smoking can also greatly increase the risk of a certain breast cancer in women.
New research from the Mayo Clinic has identified favorable genetic variations that increase the chances of a positive response to preventive breast cancer therapy with the drugs tamoxifen and raloxifene.
Tamoxifen is a time-honored breast cancer drug used to treat millions of women with early-stage and less-aggressive disease, and now a University of Rochester Medical Center team has shown how to exploit tamoxifen’s secondary activities so that it might work on more aggressive breast cancer.
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Scientists have recently discovered that a protein found in all breast cells, and responsible for milk production, is the main cause behind the worsening of breast cancer in women.
And new study indicates that the negative effects of BPA begin after it is metabolized by the body into a chemical that resembles the hormone estrogen.
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