metastasis

The Artemis Project® for the Prevention of Metastasis Project There are different approaches to solving this enormous problem
Today, we are missing important data. We don't know how many people are living with metastatic breast cancer (MBC), how many early stage breast cancer patients have recurrences, and how the incidence and outcome of MBC have changed over time for the common subtypes of breast cancer.
I hope you'll consider including metastatic patients as decision-makers in the Moonshot program. If you'd like, I'd be happy
In 2000, Douglas Hanahan and Robert A. Weinberg articulated the concept of cancer hallmarks as a foundation for understanding cancer's biology across traditional cancer types. Three initiatives built on that foundation now promise to accelerate development of more powerful life-saving therapies.
While there has been significant progress in early detection and treatment for primary breast cancer, advances in treatment and prevention of metastasis are lagging behind. It's a wily disease that works in mysterious ways.
Research -- and research alone -- has the power to be the end of breast cancer. Investing in research produces results. It's just that simple.
Doctors are taught to save people. Period. As patients, we need to be realistic about what we actually need saving from. Does months of sickness in hopes of a miracle outweigh a peaceful, beautiful time spent with family and friends and love?
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We got our first look at "Metástasis," Univision's Spanish-language remake of "Breaking Bad," last fall when the trailer
One of the great mysteries of cancer is how it spreads, or metastasizes, throughout the body. But researchers have made an
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"However, further research is required to determine whether and to what extent this data can be translated to humans," van
A new study reveals that the spread of cancer may be reduced with common over-the-counter drugs.