By: Amanda Oberstein
cancer is the #1 cause of cancer deaths for women 20-59 in the United States,
killing more than 42,000 people each year....
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By: David Vaught, Ph.D.
Einstein’s theory of
relativity, the Pythagorean theorem and Lehmann’s Refined Classification – what do these have in common?...
By: Krissa Smith
Each year, more than 42,000 people in the U.S. are expected to die from breast cancer. This is unacceptable....
By: Sean Tuffnell
Last month the American Cancer Society released
the annual update to its “Cancer
Facts and Figures,” which is one of the main sources for cancer
By: Paula Schneider
It’s almost hard to believe that it
has now been a little more than a year since I joined Susan G. Komen as
President and CEO. After spending my
More than 7,500 researchers, clinicians, advocates, health industry professionals and those directly impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis from 90 cou...
Dr. Wellberg is studying how obesity negatively impacts treatment and leads to
poorer outcomes for postmenopausal women with estrogen receptor-positi...
Can “Big Data” help researchers solve one of breast cancer’s toughest questions? Susan G. Komen funded researchers like Dr. Robert Faryabi believe s...