In the next decade, we’re likely to know much more about our individual risks for a variety of diseases and conditions based on the information contained in our genomes.
What progress is being made toward a blood test or “liquid biopsy” to aid in treatment or early detection of breast cancer?
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.
The 2014 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium featured new approaches, including immune system therapies, that could eventually have a big impact on the way breast cancer is treated.
A new set of findings from The Cancer Genome Atlas project looks at cancer genome sequencing in a different way–comparing mutations across types of cancer.