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Department of Defense Donates $6 Million for Tuohy’s Breast Cancer Vaccine

Department of Defense Donates $6 Million for Tuohy’s Breast Cancer Vaccine

Dr. Vincent Tuohy from the Cleveland Clinic and his team have been working on advancing a breast cancer vaccine for patients since 2010 when they published a paper showing their vaccine is effective in preventing breast cancer in 100 percent of animal models. Last...

5 Ways to Keep Yourself Trim and Prevent Cancer During Thanksgiving

5 Ways to Keep Yourself Trim and Prevent Cancer During Thanksgiving

The holidays are right around the corner! Thanksgiving is less than one week away. We’re all excited to see our extended family in a short while, but we also know what this wonderful holiday brings with it. The main activity that brings all our family and friends...

Estrogen Found Effective in Treating Triple Negative Breast Cancer Expressing ER Beta

Estrogen Found Effective in Treating Triple Negative Breast Cancer Expressing ER Beta

New research shows that hormone therapy works better against aggressive breast cancer cells that express the protein estrogen receptor beta (ERβ), reports Medical Xpress. The new research paper was published in the latest issue of the Oncotarget journal. The...

The Breast Health & Healing Foundation Publishes New Book in Fight for Breast Cancer Prevention

The Breast Health & Healing Foundation Publishes New Book in Fight for Breast Cancer Prevention

The Breast Health and Healing Foundation 36 Newark Avenue, Suite 130 Belleville, NJ 07109 (973) 450-9955 http://www.breasthealthandhealing.org   For Immediate Release For more information contact: The Breast Health and Healing Foundation Phone: (973) 450-9955...

The History of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Why it Matters

The History of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Why it Matters

Today is not only Halloween. While we at the Breast Health & Healing Foundation wish everyone a happy and safe Halloween night, we’d like to remember that today is also the last day of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As a community, we must be vigilant in...

Pushing Forward with a Preventive Breast Cancer Vaccine

Pushing Forward with a Preventive Breast Cancer Vaccine

Would you rather get a vaccine that can prevent any potential risk of you getting breast cancer in the future or have a doctor discover a tumor in your breast and undergo chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation treatment? We all know the answer is you’d rather get a...

How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Breast Cancer Diagnostics

How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Breast Cancer Diagnostics

Robotic arms have now helped patients with missing limbs. Robots are becoming a part of the surgery room. In the world of breast cancer, artificial intelligence (AI) is also becoming more prevalent. When it comes to diagnosing breast cancer, new research shows that...

The Pink Virus and Vaccine are Imperative During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Pink Virus and Vaccine are Imperative During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This October we need to be more aware of cancer research that won’t just treat the disease but prevent breast cancer as a whole. Geneticist and cancer biologist John Joseph Bittner first discovered the Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus in 1939. Ever since, researchers like...

What You Can Do to Help During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

What You Can Do to Help During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is upon us. October is not only about the leaves changing colors and getting your children’s costumes ready for Halloween. October is also known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This month is dedicated to informing people and families...

Cleveland Clinic’s Breast Cancer Vaccine Offers Us Better Options

Cleveland Clinic’s Breast Cancer Vaccine Offers Us Better Options

Breast cancer survivors and women around the country at risk of breast cancer deserve better options. Women shouldn’t have to spend their lives undergoing monthly breast exams in the shower, worrying about every little bump. Middle-aged women shouldn’t have to worry...

Breast Cancer Risk Dependent on Genetics and Regular Physical Activity

Breast Cancer Risk Dependent on Genetics and Regular Physical Activity

Research is continually showing us that exercise and fitness is key in lowering women’s risk of breast cancer. According to The New York Times, a new study using female rats found that the most fit animal models had a significantly lower cancer risk after being...

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