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More women and men are now living for many years after breast cancer treatments. But when treatment ends, new problems can begin. These long-term...
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The immune system is always geared up and ready to go. Certain immune cells have molecules—called checkpoints—that must be turned on or off to move...
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Currently we only have vaccines to prevent cancers that are caused by viruses. These are the vaccines that provide protection against the human...
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The first step to taking part in a research study is finding one that interests you. There are many trials to look into, and many questions you...
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Clinical trials are highly regulated and must follow many protocols and procedures. The language researchers use to describe their work often...
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Clinical trials are research studies that enroll human volunteers. Without the hundreds of thousands of women who have enrolled in breast cancer...
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More than one billion dollars is spent annually in the U.S. on breast cancer research There are many different types of cancer research that have...
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About one in five women with breast cancer have HER2-positive tumors Your doctor will test your breast tumor to learn what treatments will be most...
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Learn about hormone-sensitive breast cancer in this video Not all breast tumors are the same. Pathologists perform tests on breast tumors to learn...
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Most women with LCIS (lobular carcinoma in situ) do not develop breast cancer Lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS) is not breast cancer. It is a...

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