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Dr. Christine Ambrosone’s findings support a recommendation that breast cancer patients use caution when taking antioxidant supplements during treatment.
Highlights from SABCS Annual Symposium 2019: Examining the future of immunotherapy for breast cancer
The meeting included updates on clinical trials and highlighted new BCRF-funded immunotherapy studies.
New data show that more progress needs to be made to close the gap. Here’s how BCRF investigators are addressing the challenge.
Reports from clinical trials in HER2-positive breast cancer highlight promising new agents for patients with advanced disease.
The challenges of breast cancer in young women
Karen and Rob Hale’s generosity supports this innovative study for patients with metastatic triple negative breast cancer.
An upcoming clinical trial will evaluate the use of contrast enhanced mammography as a breast cancer screening option for women with dense breast tissue
Recorded Live from New York City
While breast cancer is commonly seen in women, men can develop the disease too.
In a new study, BCRF researcher Dr. Andrew Ewald and his team made a discovery that could lead to lifesaving targeted treatments.