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It was just a tiny speck, a single cell that researchers had marked with a fluorescent green dye. But it was the very first cell of what would grow to be a melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. Never … Continue reading

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To beat cancer, early detection is one crucial step. Now, a team of Japanese and American scientists has revealed extremely thin sensors that could one day be built into skin-tight, tumor-detecting gloves for doctors, who can share digitized findings with … Continue reading

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Researchers at UC Davis are turning to man’s best friend to help detect cancers, according to The Huffington Post. “Their smell is about 10,000 to 100,000 times more sensitive than humans,” said Dr. Hilary Brodie, Professor and Chairman of the … Continue reading

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As a new service to our readers, Dr. Jay Harness recently launched his YouTube channel and a companion site, BreastCancerAnswers.com. At this new site, discover a series of videos discussing what every newly diagnosed breast cancer patient should do to … Continue reading

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The Breast Health Global Initiative brought together a group of international breast cancer experts, including Dr. Jay Harness of Orange, California, to discuss breast cancer and patient diagnosis, care and treatment in low resource countries. The result was a series of blueprints for change resources, … Continue reading

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Breast cancer patient Melissa Riley, of Attleboro, Massachusetts, writes movingly of her experience this past year in a column appearing in the Attleboro Patch: It’s vital for any cancer patient to educate themselves about options and treatments, but what I needed most … Continue reading

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