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Panel of BCM experts host free seminar on hereditary breast, ovarian cancerJan 17, 2013
Gain valuable information in this free seminar with a panel of BCM on hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Breast cancer patients needed for vaccine research studyDec 17, 2012
Patients who enroll can expect 18 study visits over three years, follow-up period of up to 10 years from the time of enrollment.
Play promotes importance of breast cancer early detectionOct 17, 2012
Play concentrates on the importance of family, friends and the positive role they play for breast cancer patients.
Digital mammography safest, most effective screening method for women with dense breast tissueOct 17, 2012
Women with dense breast tissue can opt for mammograms done with digital mammography technology.
Alternative therapies help patients cope with side effects of breast cancer treatmentOct 17, 2012
BCM expert suggests yoga, massage and acupuncture for breast cancer survivors, patients to cope with side effects.
Comprehensive genomic analysis sheds new light on subtypes of breast cancerSep 24, 2012
BCM study focused on identifying subtypes of breast cancer, help in determining treatment.
Breast cancer patients needed for vaccine research studyAug 28, 2012
Patients who enroll can expect 18 study visits over three years, follow-up period of up to 10 years from the time of enrollment.
BCM researchers awarded Department of Defense breast cancer prevention grantAug 22, 2012
Grant awarded to Dr. Yi Li, associate professor in the Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center and in molecular and cell biology at BCM.
Baylor College of Medicine receives additional $14 million in state cancer fundingAug 9, 2012
BCM has received more than $87 million from the CPRIT since the program began awarding grants to Texas researchers in January 2010.
Grant to further study of aggressive breast cancer with poor prognosisJun 28, 2012
Mary Kay Foundation awards Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center with $100,000 grant.