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Breast Cancer Ireland funded research reveals ground-breaking therapy

New Breast Cancer Ireland part funded research led by RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences and Beaumont RCSI Cancer Centre investigators, reveals a new potential therapy approach to treat brain metastasis in breast cancer with existing drugs. Most breast cancer related deaths are as a result of treatment relapse leading to the spread of […]

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Breast Cancer Treatment: Research, Development and Game Changers

Professor Arnie Hill speaks to Sylvia Thompson of The Irish Times about the advances of breast cancer treatment in the past ten years. Prof Arnie Hill, breast cancer surgeon and head of the medical school at The Royal College of Surgeons for Ireland, jokes that many women with breast cancer could almost have a degree […]

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Promising breast cancer drug could reshape treatment

This is a promising breakthrough – a breast cancer drug with the potential to replace traditional chemotherapy could offer effective treatment to patients who previously had limited options. To find out more about this, click the link below: https://www.bostonherald.com/2019/06/15/promising-breast-cancer-drug-could-reshape-treatment/?fbclid=IwAR0BK45Ax2paXVzJUSQJnZenp6AVBjPRZdfebWjdZZyu6-jOHisGPOF8Iho  

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