It will be 65 percent cheaper than the original drug.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced a new drug that will potentially make breast cancer treatment significantly more affordable for women worldwide.Called "trastuzumab", the new drug is a type of "biosimilar" medicine, which means that it was made from living
Like them, we can help the cause in our own little ways!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time for us to educate the public (and each other) on how to fight the disease. Aside from spreading information, one way we can help is to give back and donate to institutions that are
And other things you need to now about breast cancer.
Let's start with some facts: The World Health Organization (WHO) says breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women, both in developed and developing countries; breast cancer is also considered to be the most common cancer type
Could there finally be a cure for breast cancer?
A woman has just recovered from breast cancer in just seven months. An article on aol.com reports how Lee Mercker, who was diagnosed with a form of early-stage breast cancer DCIS stage zero, is now officially cancer-free.When Lee
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here's how you can help.
Breast cancer is a life-threatening disease that causes thousands of deaths per year. It's due to a tumor in the breast as a result of cells growing out of control.According to Dr. Ellen A. Manzano of the Philippine
According to new scientific research.
One in seven women in the UK will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, which-when you look at the women around you now-is a pretty high number.The main risk factors we know for certain play a role
Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on October 19, 2018!
Solenn Heussaff, whose beauty peg used to be Blake Lively and who actually resembles the Hollywood star, has met Blake's hubby Ryan Reynolds' doppelganger! Solenn took to Instagram to post a photo of her and international model/entrepreneur Shaun
Follow our simple guide and make sure you check your boobs regularly.
October may be Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but it's not just now that you need to be aware of checking your breasts; it's a habit you should be maintaining all year round, no matter your age or family
It's best to do the preventive methods now in our 20s.
Those of us who aren't really affected by breast cancer don't think or worry about it. That's pretty understandable since we can get caught up in the daily grind and other issues out there. And that's why there'
At our age, when we're busy balancing the demands of career, family, and social life, it's easy to think we're invincible.
I started 2017 thinking it would be just another year. Little did I know that I would one day wake up in a hospital recovery room, checking to see if I still had both of my breasts.Less than a month earlier,
It only needs to be worn for an hour a week to spot the symptoms.
An 18-year-old boy from Mexico has wowed scientists with his recent invention: A bra which claims to be able to detect breast cancer symptoms. Student Julian Rios Cantu won the top prize at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA) for
Here are the signs.
With all the flak that social media gets, there's one good thing that's come out of it-we're more connected now than we've ever been. We're also more aware of what's going on around the world,
It's much kinder to your body than traditional chemotherapy.
Spreading breast cancer awareness through gorgeous designs!
At last night's Fashion Can Serve show, organized by the ICanServe Foundation to spread breast cancer awareness, a star-studded cast took to the stage to model some stunning creations by Filipino designers.First up, Heart Evangelista! The actress serves as
This would be SO helpful.
CGs, you will want to read this.According to Fusion, scientists at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia are in the process of testing a bra that is able to detect breast cancer. It features infrared sensors that record breast temperatures-anything too
Up to 20 percent of cancer-related deaths may be because of obesity.
Breast cancer is more common and aggressive in obese people, researchers claim. While prior studies have drawn the link, experts haven't been able to pinpoint why overweight women are more prone to the disease.Now, an international team of researchers believe
Yes, that lone hair is normal, and no, they're not too big.
People are so weird about nipples. They're usually either buried beneath layers of clothing (bras, ugh) or covered up with emojis on Instagram, because in the year 2016, we have yet to #freethenipple from its boobie prison. Cosmopolitan.com spoke
Thank you, science!
Dr. Sungwon Lee and Takao Someyo of the University of Tokyo's Graduate School of Engineering have constructed a new kind of pressure sensor. It's so thin and flexible that it can be made into a glove.Someya LaboratoryWhat's special
'No child should ever have to go through cancer.'
An 8-year-old girl from Utah is the youngest known patient to be diagnosed with secretory breast carcinoma, a rare type of breast cancer that affects one in one million adults. Early in November, Chrissy Turner told her mom that she
Your breasts can be a barometer for wellness. So you should know how to read them.
Your breasts can communicate a lot about what's going on inside your body. Use these signs to learn what your breasts are telling you-and see your medical care provider if you suspect something is up.(A quick note for hypochondriacs
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