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Research has fueled advances in early detection, prevention and treatments that have had significant impact on breast cancer outcomes. Many women are living longer after diagnosis—there are nearly 3 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S. today.

BCRF congratulates Dr. Mary-Claire King on her Lasker-Koshland Special Achievement Award in Medical Science.

While breast cancers are known to run in families, they are rarely a direct result of mutated genes inherited from a parent. In fact, inherited, or hereditary, cases account for only 5 - 10 percent of all breast cancers.

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BCRF sat down with Dr. James M. Ford to discuss his current work and interest in breast cancer research. Read on to learn more.

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BCRF sat down with Dr. Eduardo Cazap to discuss his current work and interest in breast cancer research. Read on to learn more.

 

Q: You've been an oncologist in Argentina for over 30 years. What brought you to breast cancer research?