Category Archives: Early Detection

Imagine a bra that could help detect breast cancer. Eighteen-year-old Julian Rios Cantu did more than imagine it. He assembled a team and came up with a prototype. Cantu’s research was inspired by his mother’s battle with the disease. Now … Continue reading

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A diagnosis of abnormal cells in a breast, or Stage 0 breast cancer, as it’s sometimes labeled, raises vexing questions for the 60,000 women a year diagnosed in the United States with ductal carcinoma in situ [DCIS], a condition in … Continue reading

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We want to share a compelling, provocative first person narrative essay, from Justine Henning, appearing in Vox.com. Ms. Henning is the co-founder and director of programming at Math4Science Inc. Her writing also appears in the New York Times, Slate, and … Continue reading

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Although breast cancer in men is rare, it can be a devastating diagnosis because it’s often caught later than in women, as reported by U.S. News. Whereas women typically begin routine screening for the disease once they hit 40, 45, … Continue reading

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For decades women were told to regularly examine their breasts — with an actual feel-yourself kind of exam. The thinking was that this would help women spot breast cancers forming early on and, therefore, save lives. But that idea has … Continue reading

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Scientists have created a ‘map’ linking the shape of breast cancer cells to genes turned on and off, and matched it to real disease outcomes, which could one day help doctors select treatments, according to a study published in Genome … Continue reading

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In this video, the hosts of BBC Breakfast talk about the #knowyourlemons campaign with the designer of the hugely popular breast cancer awareness campaign, Corrine Ellsworth Beaumont, who founded the charity Worldwide Breast Cancer. We think we know what the … Continue reading

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A new breast cancer model, published recently in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, will help health care providers more accurately predict breast cancer risk in their Hispanic patients, as described in this media release from Kaiser Permanente. The … Continue reading

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