Dedicated to Beth Stewart
The breast cancer virus originated in mice. As early as 1908, it was found to cause breast cancer in some
Dedicated to Sylvia Logan
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single hypothesis in possession of good data must be in want of its
Dedicated to Mary Katherine Griffin
All normal breast cells are alike; every cancer cell is abnormal in its own way.
This week’s issue of Science
Dedicated to Patti Bradfield
In the early fall again this year we live in a country and a time that looks across the sea of
Dedicated to Margaret Brennan.
Who was she? She was one of 372,581 women around the world who have died of breast cancer so far this
Dedicated to Lucinda Sullivan.
By and large, breast cancer patients who are given standard chemotherapy only lose their hair once. If they lose anything the
In September 2006, I was invited by Dr. Salman Al Sabah, a member of the royal family of Kuwait, to visit his country and advise
It’s impossible to simply sit on this much information about the human breast cancer virus and do nothing about it, right? That’s why I wrote
Well, I bet that title got your attention, didn’t it?
For the most part, women believe that the more extensive their surgery for the treatment
As you know, breast cancer may be a largely preventable disease. Known and proven risk-reduction strategies include regular exercise, maintenance of ideal body weight, and