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"Unfortunately (overweight and obesity) is just a growing problem in Western countries," said Hudis, who is chief of the
"We are sure there are a lot of other factors, other than just fear, going into this," she said. "We need to understand what
New research by scientists at Kaiser Permanente and published in the November 2012 issue of the journal Breast Cancer Research
In the last decades we have made much progress toward identifying and characterizing the pathways that lead to cancer development, but we also know that we have only just skimmed the surface of potential targeted therapy.
"This is the first [study] to see those reductions in that older age range," co-author Dr. Harry J. de Koning, also of the