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    2 studies link hormone use to slightly higher risk for breast, ovarian cancers
30-04-2007
Research on two continents signaled more bad news for menopause hormones, offering the strongest evidence yet that they can raise the risk of breast cancer and are tied to a slightly higher risk of ovarian cancer.
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    Key to breast cancer spread found
26-04-2007
Four genes have been found to work together to drive the spread of breast cancer to the lungs.
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    Red meat 'ups breast cancer risk'
24-04-2007
Eating red meat significantly increases a post-menopausal woman's chance of breast cancer, research suggests.
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    Fat hormone 'boosts colon cancer'
22-04-2007
A team at the University of California, San Diego found that the hormone leptin triggered increased growth in human colon cancer cells.
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    Better services for Sarawak breast cancer survivors
18-04-2007
Survivors of breast cancer can now expect greater care and better services with the setting up of the Sarawak Breast Cancer Support Group (SBCSG) centre in Jalam Maxwell here.
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    For women with breast cancer
16-04-2007
A free programme from University Malaya is available for Malaysian women newly diagnosed with breast cancer to help them cope with their condition.
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    No miracle cure
16-04-2007
THE country got a wake up call to take a closer look at traditional and complementary medicine (TCM) in 2002 when Singapore actress Andrea De Cruz suffered liver failure after taking some slimming pills.
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    Contentious vaccine?
3-04-2007
OF all the viruses out there waiting to attack us, perhaps none could strike more fear in women than those that infect our most private areas the vulnerable, physical parts so intrinsic to our idea of femininity.
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