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Of Mice And Women: Unraveling the Mystery of the Breast Cancer Virus is the story of the discovery made in
I happen to love anything that is made well. A product that is thoughtfully crafted and intelligently designed reflects the integrity of the person who
The recent study that was published in JAMA Oncology about the most effective treatment for DCIS (ductal carcinoma in-situ) reported that there was no survival
I have yet to read a clarifying explanation of the paper that was just published in JAMA Oncology about the appropriate treatment of DCIS (i.e.,
In 1958, scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) decided to initiate a formal, coordinated investigation of the role of viruses in causing cancer.
I was introduced to Ann Fonfa several years ago, and although we have never met in person we’ve kept in touch thanks to the modern
I’ve spent the last hour combing through the website of the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation looking for any trace of the breast
Three weeks ago, sixteen scientists from three countries (Israel, Saudia Arabia, and Italy) published a paper about the breast cancer virus in the peer-reviewed journal,
In 1936 John Bittner discovered a breast cancer virus in mice that was passed in breast milk from infected females to their offspring. The pups
Benign breast biopsies that show “atypia” indicate that although the cells examined are not frankly malignant neither are they entirely normal. Atypical cells are, well,