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11/03/2016 - Drug combination hope for breast cancer treatment
Women with HER2 positive breast cancer could see their tumours shrink or disappear altogether if they take a combination of drugs, a conference heard yesterday. More

11/03/2016 - Breast cancer study reveals ethnicity role
Age may explain apparent ethnic differences in the development of breast cancer, a new study has found. More

10/03/2016 - Additional breast screening picks up cancers
Using a 3D mammography or ultrasound scan as well as a standard mammogram could detect breast cancers that would ordinarily be missed, delegates to a major conference have heard. More

09/03/2016 - Insulin therapy linked to breast cancer
Treatment for diabetes can affect the density of breast tissue, possibly impacting on the risk of breast cancer, a European conference will hear today. More

08/03/2016 - NLR could predict breast cancer recurrence risk
Measuring immune system cells could help predict the risk of recurrence of breast cancer for women with early stage disease, according to findings published today. More

07/03/2016 - Ageing begins in the womb
The ageing process begins in the womb – but giving the mother-to-be antioxidants during pregnancy could slow a child’s ageing process in adulthood. More

04/03/2016 - Safe to induce labour among over 35s
Women over the age of 35 can safely undergo induced labour, according to the results of a large UK clinical trial published yesterday. More

03/03/2016 - How happiness can harm the heart
Joyful events can trigger acute stress cardiomyopathy or Takotsubo syndrome, according to a European study published today. More

02/03/2016 - Limited support for maternal vitamin D
Pregnant women may help their babies by taking vitamin D supplements during the winter, researchers report today. More

02/03/2016 - Ethnic variations in cancer beliefs
Many women from ethnic minorities take a fatalistic view of cancer - affecting their willingness to seek treatment, researchers report today. More

01/03/2016 - Breast cancer genetic variants identified
Five genetic variants that affect the risk of breast cancer and are linked to oestrogen receptors have been identified in an international study. More

01/03/2016 - Cancer risk among type 1 diabetes patients revealed
Diabetes affects the risk of developing cancer - increasing it for some forms and reducing it for others, according to the findings of a new European study. More

25/02/2016 - Breast screening uptake falls
The proportion of women taking up breast screening has fallen to its lowest level for years, according to figures published yesterday. More

24/02/2016 - Doubts over 'vaginal seeding'
Doctors today question the growing fashion of using "vaginal seeding" after a Caesarean birth. More

23/02/2016 - Maternity budgets and multi-professional learning - review
The NHS should try out personal maternity care budgets to give pregnant women "more control" over their care, a major review of services says today. More

18/02/2016 - Zika found in amniotic fluid
Scientists have taken a crucial step in establishing whether there is a link between Zika virus and birth deformities, it was announced last night. More

16/02/2016 - Active work may interact with high blood pressure
Women with hypertension and highly active jobs face a hugely increased risk of developing ischaemic heart disease, according to a new Danish study. More

15/02/2016 - Link between asthma and fertility explored
A Danish study highlights the difficulties women with asthma may face in becoming pregnant. More

10/02/2016 - Women's health in the spotlight
The world needs a renewed focus on women's health issues, campaigns say today. More

08/02/2016 - Prenatal steroids reduce late preterm respiratory illness - NIH
Prenatal steroid therapy cuts the risk of respiratory illnesses in babies born at 34-36 weeks, a new study has found. More

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