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“Breast cancer is the epidemic of our century.”
Targeted therapy is a fast-growing area of cancer treatment that uses drugs or other substances to fight cancers by targeting specific tumor-promoting proteins or pathways.
We’re very excited to announce our new partnership with Nature, the internationally renowned scientific journal, and the launch of npj Breast Cancer, an open-access research journa
BCRF congratulates Dr.
Cancer has, until very recently, been regarded as a collection of diseases characterized by, indeed defined by, abnormalities in cell division (mitosis).
Each year, we invite our grantees to New York for our October Symposium and Awards Luncheon. Before taking the stage, our researchers take part in a scientific meeting, a tradition that’s been in place since 2003.
In honor of National Healthy Eating Day, Dr. Clifford Hudis clarifies the link between obesity and breast cancer while sharing BCRF research focused on addressing this public health concern.
Though my mother and grandmother both had breast cancer, I never intended to focus on cancer research when I chose a career in public health. I had always been interested in women's health and began focusing on breast cancer, screening and diet during my studies.