The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation is known for involving the public in research on breast cancer causes and prevention.
Prominent breast cancer researchers spoke about innovative approaches in metastatic breast cancer research at NBCC’s 2016 Advocate Summit.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation provides seed grants for studies that have the potential for rapid clinical application in breast cancer.
Cancer research stories worth following this spring include a potential new combination treatment for HER2-positive breast cancer and evidence that a gene assay may help breast cancer patients avoid unnecessary chemotherapy treatment.
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.
What progress is being made toward a blood test or “liquid biopsy” to aid in treatment or early detection of breast cancer?
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.
What’s exciting in cancer research right now? This post reviews several of the most interesting cancer research stories that have been in the news this Summer.
Taking a look back at major stories about developments in cancer research in 2014.
Focus on the treatment needs of patients with metastatic breast cancer is a critical research priority.