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SABCS 2010


FEATURE:

Mixed Results for Zometa as a Breast Cancer Treatment

BY MELISSA WEBER

Findings from the long-awaited AZURE trial show Zometa may prevent recurrence, but not for everyone. [MORE]


VIDEO:

Thomas Julian, MD

Debu Tripathy, MD, CURE’s editor-in-chief, talks with Thomas Julian, MD, about recent studies on the information clinicians glean from sentinel lymph nodes. [WATCH]


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Briefs

Weight Lifting May Help Lower Lymphedema Risk

BY MELISSA WEBER

Not only is weight training safe, but it also may reduce the risk of the painful arm swelling condition known as lymphedema by about a third in women treated for breast cancer, a new study suggests. [MORE]


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Blogs

DEBU TRIPATHY, MDDebu Tripathy

Why is the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium so unique and special?

For many, including myself–it is the favorite and most important conference of the year. [MORE]


KATHY LATOUR

Kathy LaTour Where are we in breast cancer research?

Physicians and advocates come away from this year's SABCS with varying opinions regarding the progress we've made and the progress we still need. [MORE]


SUSAN MCCLURE Susan McClure

Another SABCS comes to a close

I hope that our coverage of this year's symposium has made you feel that you had a "courtside" seat to all of the important data presented here. [MORE]



 

GUEST BLOG

Breast cancer research in 2010 and the Breast Cancer Deadline 2020

Laura Nikolaides, director of research & quality care programs for the National Breast Cancer Coalition, shares her thoughts on the research presented at SABCS and NBCC's Breast Cancer Deadline 2020. [MORE]


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PROFILE:

A Passion to Educate Black Women

BY KATHY LATOUR

After her diagnosis, Wanda Brown became an advocate in her community, helping to educate other black women about breast cancer. In her work with the Sisters Network in Columbus, Ohio, she is helping to improve awareness of breast cancer in the black community. [MORE]



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