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    After a mastectomy, sentinel node biopsy, or breast reconstruction for breast cancer, survivors suffer with scars of surgery, hair loss and sickness from chemo, red skin from radiotherapy and menopausal symptoms from endocrine treatments. And then they are sent home with drains. Post-surgical grenade and Jackson-Pratt drains have tubes and bulbs that hang outside the skin near the surgical incision. ...
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    LBy: Maria Cohut From: medicalnewstoday.com The enzyme tousled-like kinase 2 maintains genome stability at cellular level. Researchers have also linked it to different health conditions, including breast cancer and intellectual disability. A new study now describes this enzyme’s structure, arguing that this will help to design better therapies. Tousled-like kinases are enzymes that play a complex role in preserving genome stability within ...
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    Go to https://www.savvy.coop to learn about this paid opportunity and more … Share Experiences with Metastatic Breast Cancer Your feedback can be valuable to thousands living with metastatic breast cancer. M3 Global Research is looking for metastatic breast cancer patients to participate in a market research panel.  If you are interested in relaying your opinions and positions towards current treatment options, we would ...
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    From: Joel Pitney When Lisa Bonchek Adams was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2006 at the age of 37, she decided to start writing a blog about her life as a legacy to leave for her family. Her readership grew quickly, and Lisa discovered she had a remarkable gift for expressing what others could not find the words to say. ...
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    Focused ultrasound is an early stage, noninvasive therapeutic technology with the potential to improve the quality of life and decrease the cost of care for patients with breast cancer. This novel technology focuses beams of ultrasound energy precisely and accurately on targets in the body without damaging surrounding normal tissue. Where the beams converge, the ultrasound produces a variety of ...
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    I am honored to be a nominee for the WEGO Health Lifetime Achievement Award. It has been my mission since I was diagnosed with breast cancer for a second time, over 10 years ago, to provide  information and inspiration from and to those who are in  the cancer world with a weekly blog and for the past 5+ years with ...
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