breast cancer

TOKYO – For women who have overcome breast cancer, there is a shadow of recurrence, sometimes up to 20 years after the first diagnosis. A study published on Wednesday seeks to identify those who are most at risk, to better treat them. Some of the known risk factors for recurrenceContinue Reading

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MONTRÉAL – A simple eye exam could detect Alzheimer’s more precisely and more quickly than ever before, in just a few minutes. Researchers at Duke University in the United States have used an optical coherence tomography (ATCO) angiography system to map the blood vessels lining the back of the eyeContinue Reading

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Babies born to mothers who have no university degree, depression during pregnancy or emergency cesarean section sleep less well at three months of age, warns a Canadian study that collaborated a Quebec researcher. The art of Alberta researchers at the University and have found that mothers without a university degreeContinue Reading

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