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Breast Cancer News: Blood Test Could Help Predict Breast Cancer

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen have created a blood test that can predict whether a woman will develop breast cancer within two to five years. The new test is different from others in that […]

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Grants Seek to Answer the Question: “How Does Breast Cancer Develop?”

Pilot Grants Awarded to Multidisciplinary Teams Using the Intraductal Approach to Advance Breast Cancer Prevention Susan G. Komen is funding three of four innovative pilot grants at The Susan Love Research Foundation research projects that […]

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Calling breast cancer survivors for focus group

Intervening on Reproductive Health in Young Breast Cancer Survivors Focus Group Information About this study We are enrolling breast cancer survivors into focus groups to provide feedback on a reproductive health survivorship care plan. This […]

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African American Celebrities and Breast Cancer

In honor of Black History Month, Susan G. Komen San Diego pays tribute to inspirational African American women and men of recent history who battled breast cancer. Wanda Sykes, the award winning comedian and actress had a […]

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African American Breast Cancer Study

If you are an African-American female, 20 —  79 years of age, a breast cancer survivor, living anywhere in the United States, let your voice be heard. Join the discussion on African-American women breast cancer […]

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Susan G. Komen Hails Discovery of New Breast Cancer Susceptibility Gene

Komen-Funded Research on Hereditary Breast Cancer Will Lead to Greater Understanding of Personal Risk DALLAS — April 27, 2015 — Susan G. Komen today hailed the discovery of a breast cancer susceptibility gene known as […]

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Komen News: New Findings in HER2-Positive Breast Cancer

Science Daily reports that a Komen-funded researcher, Dr. Gary L. Johnson, and his team at UNC have found a new way by which HER2-positive tumors avoid or resist treatment. The discovery, published in the journal […]

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Susan G. Komen® Statement on U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Updated Mammography Screening Guidelines

Susan G. Komen®, the world’s largest breast cancer organization, issued the following statement on the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) call for public comment on updated mammography screening recommendations. The USPSTF today reiterated its […]

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Breast Cancer News: Actress Rita Wilson Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Actress Rita Wilson recently shared that she underwent a bilateral mastectomy and reconstruction for breast cancer after a diagnosis of invasive lobular carcinoma. Wilson shares with People Magazine that she feels “blessed” to have the […]

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Komen Supports SB 137 & AB 374

Annie Eddey represented Komen San Diego at the annual Komen Lobby Day in Sacramento this week. The Komen Coalition of California met with the Deputy Director and other leadership at California Department of Health Care […]

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