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Breast Cancer

TRIM(ming) away proteins to curtail breast cancer

January 29, 2019
Discovery of new molecular targets to stop cancer cell metastasis

6 ways the Texas A&M Health Science Center is fighting cancer

January 31, 2018
#WorldCancerDay is February 4. Find out how we're doing our part.

Breast and cervical cancer screening grant has dual purpose

October 3, 2017
$1.35 million from CPRIT will provide uninsured women with free cancer screenings, and students with educational opportunities

A possible explanation for recurring breast cancer

September 4, 2017
Research at Texas A&M hints that cancer cells evade treatment by ‘eating’ healthy cells

Do risk factors for breast cancer change with a woman’s age?

September 4, 2017
Texas A&M researcher focused on understanding which women are at increased risk of the disease, and when

No, breast cancer doesn’t go away on its own

May 25, 2017
New study quantifies number of times a cancerous tumor has regressed: The answer is zero

A possible explanation for recurring breast cancer

November 14, 2016
Research at Texas A&M hints that cancer cells evade treatment by ‘eating’ healthy cells

You asked: Can men develop breast cancer?

October 26, 2016
Yes—Men do get breast cancer and here’s what you should know

Do risk factors for breast cancer change with a woman’s age?

October 17, 2016
Texas A&M researcher focused on understanding which women are at increased risk of the disease, and when

New mammogram recs: What you should know

November 9, 2015

How different are the new breast cancer screening guidelines issued by the American Cancer Society? Texas A&M professor of radiology explains what the new guidelines say about when women should start having yearly mammograms.