Monthly Archives: March 2015

Improving data on Breast Cancer incidence and early mortality

Breast cancer is the most common cancer amongst British and American women, except for skin cancers – with about 1 in 8 (12%) women in the US and a similar stepped up incidence in Britain due to our ageing population, … Continue reading

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More Genetic code break throughs show 15 new ‘hotspots’ for Gene linked breast cancer risk.

Today’s blog comes courtesy of a press release from Cancer Research UK. We thought many of our followers would be interested in the following ‘hot spot research’ which raises some women’s likelihood of generating a breast tumour to one in … Continue reading

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