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More breast cancers have been found at earlier — and potentially more treatable — stages since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, as reported in the New York Times. The study, published in Cancer Epidemiology, adjusted for other variables … Continue reading

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A team of researchers from Toronto, Canada determined that among US women with early stage breast cancer, the likelihood of diagnosis varies by ethic/racial group. Furthermore, these differences were found to be related with biological differences, in this report from … Continue reading

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Cloud4Cancer, is a new breast cancer-diagnosing app that has correctly diagnosed over 99% of cancerous cases in 7.6 million trials. The app operates on an artificial neural network, which is essentially a computer program that mimics the way brain cells … Continue reading

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“In my all too human way, I struggle to forgive the honest mistakes of my doctors who are also mere mortals. Sometimes, though, I have trouble forgiving myself.” So writes Susan Gubar, columnist with The New York Times and author … Continue reading

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