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Sep 27, 2012 • Clayton County Striders
Making Strides against Breast Cancer of Atlanta, GA 7:30am Meet at Morrow 7:45am Pass out shirts 8:00am Depart from Morrow 8:30am Arrive @ Centennial Olympic Park 8:45am Congregate at the fountain 9:00am Start Walk More

What the ribbon colors mean

Aug 6, 2012 • Clayton County Striders
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Body Art Raises Money for Breast Cancer Research

Aug 22, 2014 • Twin Falls Times-News
And when the inaugural Boobapalooza was over, the Idaho-based Expedition Inspiration had a pile of money to donate to research a cure for breast cancer. The event also raised awareness about a disease that will affect 1-in-8 women during their lifetime. More

Paddle For Pink Raises Funds For Breast Cancer Research

Aug 19, 2014 •
The event, which featured both a three-mile and six-mile race, was created by Sag Harbor resident Maria Baum, a breast cancer survivor, mother of four, and avid paddleboarder, and raises money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This year's race ... More

Aspirin, NSAID painkillers may reduce breast cancer recurrence for some

Aug 14, 2014 • CBS News
Obese women who have battled breast cancer might halve their chances of a recurrence if they take aspirin or other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) regularly, new research suggests. The researchers followed 440 breast cancer survivors ... More

Why you can't treat breast cancer as one disease

Aug 21, 2014 • Futurity: Research News
Previous research has found the STAT3 protein to be overactive in many breast cancers, but its role has not been well understood. The new research is the first reported study to compare breast cancer subtypes and gene expression patterns associated ... More

Women with severe, chronic health issues are screened for breast cancer less ...

Aug 22, 2014 • EurekAlert (press release)
Her research, published in the journal Preventive Medicine, is consistent with other studies showing that low income and education were also associated with lower breast cancer screening rates. Previous research has also shown that having a certain ... More

Fred Nile links abortion to breast cancer

Aug 21, 2014 • Sky News Australia
'In your opinion, should NSW women be warned about known risk factors for breast cancer, especially if those risks involve a lifestyle choice?' Rev Nile asked Ms Goward. He went on to ask the minister if she was aware of research published in February ... More

Dogs to be used to detect breast cancer in new research trial

Aug 15, 2014 •
Women at high risk of breast cancer could be screened for the disease by simply breathing into a tube which is then sniffed by a specially trained dog, in a new clinical trial after UK scientists found the animals are highly accurate at detecting other ... More

Researchers Find Clues to How Breast Cancer Can Infiltrate the Brain

Aug 19, 2014 • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (blog)
In breast cancer patients, metastasis to the brain can occur months or years after seemingly successful treatment of the primary tumor. Now Memorial Sloan Kettering researchers have found that a protein called cathepsin S may play a key role in the ... More

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