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Five Key Highlights from San Antonio Breast Symposium 2018

Thanks to continued research, advancements are consistently being made in breast cancer treatment and prevention. Breast Cancer Ireland applauds recent findings on breast cancer, which were shared at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium 2018. For further details, please click on the below link: https://www.bcrf.org/blog/5-key-highlights-2018-san-antonio-breast-cancer-symposium?fbclid=IwAR3URwQ-bYePyLL-BJE0Z9Cft9UtMotm4ENXjS0XXF5w20QjB28JQAAtVRQ

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Apollo Aviation Supports Breast Cancer Ireland

Apollo Aviation organises an annual football tournament each summer to raise funds to support Breast Cancer Ireland. We would like to express our full gratitude for their fundraising efforts, which to date has raised €78,000. Thank you so much for your support – you are true BCI heroes!

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Exosomes – Delivering Surprises in Breast Cancer Research

“Researchers have made a discovery relating to how breast cancer cells prevent the immune system from attacking tumours.” Could this research, part-funded by Breast Cancer Now, be a turning point in the fight against breast cancer? To read more about this, please click on the below link: https://bit.ly/2VRuYfU

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Lobular breast cancer comes into the research spotlight

Breast Cancer Ireland fully supports new research being undertaken by Fred Hutch (aka the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, based in Seattle, USA) into lobular breast cancer, which accounts for 10%-15% of invasive breast cancers. It is harder to detect and generally understudied, which is why this research is so important. For further details, please […]

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Antibody discovery offers breakthrough in breast cancer fight

A research team at King’s College London has found that “targeted antibody therapies could bring long-awaited advances for those with triple-negative breast cancer.” Breakthroughs like these are exactly why breast cancer research is so important. To read more on this, please click the below link: https://bit.ly/2GZSEvo

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