Breast Cancer - Causes, Risks, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Staging, Treatment, Prevention & Prognosis

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Latest Publications and Research on Breast Cancer

J Biomed Inform  2019 Dec 29  

A Topological Approach for Cancer Subtyping from Gene Expression Data.

Rafique O, Mir AH

Gene expression data contains key information which can be used for subtyping cancer patients. However, computational methods suffer from 'curse of di... Read More

Source: PubMed


Eur J Med Chem    

Minor chemical modifications of the aminosteroid derivative RM-581 lead to major impact on its anticancer activity, metabolic stability and aqueous solubility.

Maltais R, Perreault M, Roy J, Poirier D

The aminosteroid (AM) RM-581 is built around a mestranol backbone and has recently emerged as this family's lead candidate, showing inávitro and inávi... Read More

Source: PubMed

Environ Sci Pollut Res Int  2019 Dec 31  

Radical scavenging and antiproliferative effect of novel phenolic derivatives isolated from Nerium indicum against human breast cancer cell line (MCF-7)-an in silico and in vitro approach.

Thangakumar A, Syed Zameer Ahmed K, Sidhra Syed Zameer A, Vetrivel M, Syed Tajudeen SA, Ibrahim Sheriff AK, Prabhu P, Robinson JP, Sabu DM

Multiple drug resistance and increased side effects due to allopathic drugs has warned scientific community with a global alarm to identify molecules ... Read More

Source: PubMed

Turk J Phys Med Rehabil    

The addition of self-lymphatic drainage to compression therapy instead of manual lymphatic drainage in the first phase of complex decongestive therapy for treatment of breast cancer-related lymphedema: A randomized-controlled, prospective study.

Bahtiyarca ZT, Can A, Eksioglu E, ăakci A

The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of adding self-lymphatic drainage (SLD) to compression bandaging (CB) therapy rather than manual ... Read More

Source: PubMed

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Saying incidence of breast cancer [or any disease] is high in western world is meaningless. In India, we do not have proper statistics in any hospital. We do not have well established Biostatistics dept in any of our hospitals/universities. Moreover, we do not have any proper centralized system of collecting such data as they have in the US as NIH. Apart from this, still more than 65% of our population are in rural areas where basic treatment itself is at stake. So, we do not have any rights whatsoever to comment on the western world.

I agree.I have been conducting training programmes for women on early detction of breast cancer.Main focus has been breast sed to about 9000 women over the past 3 years.If there is nothing much we can do for prevention then early detection has to be the main focus.
dr.anita khokhar.M.D.

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