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IBM’s AI model predicts Breast Cancer using mammography data and health records

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women across the world and is also a leading cause of cancer-related deaths in women....
MIT/MGH AI model identified woman at high risk 4 years (left) before her breast cancer (right)/ Image Credit: MIT CSAIL

MIT researcher’s new AI Model can Predict Future Risk of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide and the second most common cancer overall. In 2019, approximately 268,600 new cases of...
With up to 30% of patients seeing their cancer return within five years, the new test could spot the warning signs earlier than imaging

Simple blood test could help to detect breast cancer relapse earlier

In a recent study by the University of Leicester and Imperial College London, scientists have shown that a simple breast cancer blood test could...
From left: Nicki Engeseth, professor of FSHN; Bill Helferich, professor of FSHN; and doctoral student Ashley Warfield-Oyirifi.

Reused cooking oil promote progression of late-stage breast cancer

Deep-frying is a popular form of food preparation used globally and throughout in the United States. Each time dietary oils are heated to deep-frying...
Breast cancer cell Credit: Anne Weston, Francis Crick Institute

Most comprehensive way yet to predict breast cancer risk

Cambridge scientists have come up with a comprehensive method to predict a woman’s risk of breast cancer. They combined information on family history and other...
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Immunotherapy may offer ray of hope for triple negative breast cancer patients

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide with over two million new cases diagnosed in 2018. There are different types of...
A team led by Associate Professor Alexandre Chan (centre) had developed a novel approach to identify the onset of cancer-related fatigue. With him are two members of the NUS research team, Dr Maung Shwe (left) and Ms Angie Yeo (right).

Researchers demystify cancer-related fatigue in breast cancer patients

Breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy often experience severe and persistent tiredness. In a recent study, a team led by researchers from the National University...
Associate Professor Alexandre Chan (extreme left) with cancer survivor Ms Chan Yoke (extreme right), who had experienced cognitive impairment as a result of chemotherapy. Dr Maung Shwe (centre) is part of the research team.

Early chemobrain intervention required for breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy

According to an estimate, almost 50% suffer from a cognitive decline during chemotherapy. And 30% of them experience the condition a year after treatment. While current...
Crop woman showing breast cancer ribbon

Breast cancer therapy: All clear for the heart

About 70,000 women have diagnosed with breast cancer in Germany annually. However, enhanced screening measures and more successful treatment strategies have significantly brought down...