breast cancer

A Utah businesswoman was diagnosed with breast cancer more than ten years ago, at the age of 37. Though she survived and remains cancer-free, the bills were overwhelming. A generous stranger helped her cover her expenses, and she decided to pay it forward with a fundraising effort. Swig’s “Save the Cups” initiative raises money for
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  Different metabolic factors may be linked to breast cancer recurrence and survival, Norwegian researchers Lofterød and colleagues find in a new study. Breast cancer is the most common kind of cancer in women and results in hundreds of thousands of deaths each year. Improvements in identifying different kinds of breast cancer have helped improve
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