Research Yields New Methods of Attack, Diagnosis, and Mysteries of Breast Cancer
Scientists have discovered a new way to attack breast cancer by blocking a protein that has been shown to increase tumor growth.
It is estimated that one fifth to as much as a third of cancer cell lines used for research have been contaminated or aren’t the strain researchers intend to study, slowing the progress of researching them.
Can technology used in space exploration also be used to help study the microbiome of breast ducts?
New research suggests that examining proteins in breastmilk could be used to determine if a woman has or soon will develop breast cancer.
The department of defense has awarded funding to research the spread of breast cancer to the brain.