Top “take-home” highlights from the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
What stands out in progress against breast cancer over the last five years, and where do we need to do more?
Prominent issues in cancer research this year included finding ways to make immune system therapies safer and effective for more patients, and the need to make new cancer medicines more affordable.
Prominent breast cancer researchers spoke about innovative approaches in metastatic breast cancer research at NBCC’s 2016 Advocate Summit.
A major new report details action needed to accelerate progress against metastatic breast cancer so that it can be treated as a manageable condition with good quality of life.
Taking a look back at major stories about developments in cancer research and breast cancer in 2015.
Research findings presented at the 2015 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium may preview an era in which breast cancer treatments will be tailored to each patient.
After thirty years of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, actual progress against the disease has not met expectations, with over 40,000 deaths from the disease annually in the United States.
Learning to recognize the signs and symptoms of gynecologic cancers is an essential part of “awareness” during Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, as is advocating for appropriate levels of research funding.
Ken Burns’ cancer film is a compelling story of the progress that’s been made against cancer over the last several decades, but it also makes clear the need for continuing investment in research to build on that progress.