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BCRF welcomed nearly 200 funded researchers to New York City on October 26 and 27 in celebration of its $57 million commitment to breast cancer research for 2016-2017.

The 10th European Early Breast Cancer Conference (#EBCC10) was held this week in Amsterdam and co-chaired by BCRF investigator Dr. Fatima Cardoso and co-chairs Dr. Rowitha Britz and Dr. Emiel Rutgers.

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) finds that 99% of women with a low score on the gene test, Oncotype DX®, can forego chemotherapy.

One year ago, Joan Lunden shared on "Good Morning America," the television program she once hosted for over three decades, the difficult news that she had been diagnosed with triple negative

UPDATE:

Our open-access research journal in partnership with Nature, npj Breast Cancer, is here! Access the journal online: http://www.nature.com/npjbcancer.

AACR’s annual meeting, the largest cancer research gathering in the world, attracts basic and clinical scientists, as well as representatives from industry, patient advocacy and governmental regulatory agencies.

Earlier this month, a new study about soy made waves in the breast cancer community. With support from BCRF, grantee Dr. Moshe Shike and his coauthors, including Scientific Director Dr.