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Bird Technology 47s
Scientists first brought targeted treatment to patients with in 1998. To this day, our research continues to follow this personalised approach.
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American Cancer Society Oct 11
Five ways to help reduce risk
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MenoHealth 1m
Reduce your risk of . Some risk factors you really can't change, but there's a lot you can do to lower your risk. It's mostly about lifestyle like keeping to a healthy weight, exercising & not smoking. Find out more
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Genentech Oct 19
The absence of hormone receptors and HER2 protein makes triple-negative (TNBC) difficult to treat.
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WIADCA 3m
Today we walk! Please come out & support a great cause! Let’s win the fight against !!!!!
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Pfizer Inc. Oct 16
We’re proud to announce that a new treatment for certain patients with the most common type of hereditary has been approved by the FDA
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The ICR 19h
Replying to @ICR_London
VIDEO: Watch Professor Nick Turner talk about what the trial results mean for women with advanced :
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QMUL Barts&TheLondon 23m
Clinical trial shows first success for aggressive form of , in research by
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Nourishing Roots Oct 13
Breastfeeding is statistically shown to lower cancer risk.
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Femme actuelle ✨💛 2h
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total-hockey.com Oct 20
Well done to everyone who guessed correctly in our Movie Trivia . . . the movie was Pretty Woman! 👢💅💋 We hope you got it from our clues 🔎 throughout the week. ⠀⠀ 🎬 Throughout the month of October Total-Hockey will be raising awareness for with these movie t…
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cancerhusband Oct 15
More men die of Breast Cancer in the UK each year than testicular cancer. That’s quite a shocking statistic to me. While checking down below, don’t forget to check up above as well.
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Meghan Oct 11
A year ago today, I started intensive chemotherapy for , 3 months ago I finished aggressive radiation treatment. It's hard to believe it's been a year. I was in treatment nearly twice as long as anticipated and it was an incredible struggle to keep up w/everything 1/
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Damon Campbell 14h
Show my support survivors
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Damon Campbell 14h
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Amit Singh 12h
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