Women’s Related

What happens after your treatment ends?
ℹ️ We answer key questions about appointments after treatment, the likelihood of your breast cancer recurring and tests for recurrence, and what happens if a family history of breast cancer is confirmed.
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When it comes to understanding how genes affect chances of breast cancer, it’s likely that ‘Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms’ (SNPs) will provide the best idea. With the help of scientists, including Prof. Anthony Swerdlow @ICR_London, we explain more.
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.@wchwihv is looking for healthcare providers to take part in a 10 minute #survey on the Digital Health Drug Repository: https://t.co/VaNewKY2I3

Chemotherapy is treatment with one or more anti-cancer (cytotoxic) drugs. We look at some key questions, including whether or not you will be offered chemotherapy, side effects, and when and how chemotherapy is given ▸ https://t.co/XElTQSUXXj

Living with the BRCA gene mutation and want to know what this means for your #breast and #ovarian cancer risk? Learn from healthcare professionals & connect with peers tomorrow. Register here: https://t.co/dGKi3lgbBj #HealthcareRevolutionized

❓ Need a bit of inspiration for your fundraising?
💡 Here are a few of our helpful hints and tips! Request your free fundraising information pack today, and help make life-saving breast cancer research happen. #MondayMotivation
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Our August issue is Live! #OA features include:
*A quality improvement and educational initiative to reduce morbidity associated with massive postpartum hemorrhage
*Reproductive health sequelae among women who survived Ebola virus disease in Liberia
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ℹ️ The Breast Cancer Now Generations Study is helping us find ways to prevent breast cancer. The project is following more than 113,000 UK women for 40 yrs to investigate genetic, lifestyle & environmental factors that may affect breast cancer risk.
▸ https://t.co/qXcyW3TmTt

👩‍🔬 Professor Leonie Young @RCSI_Irl talks more about her work, which could pave the way for trials of new treatments to control breast cancer that has spread to the brain. 🔬

Every day around 139 people in the UK hear the words "It’s breast cancer".
Every month the disease takes the lives of nearly 1,000 people.
Real people with real lives, who we need to give more time to live.
And there’s only one way to do that – research ▸ https://t.co/EuyrVeRrIG

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