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Breast cancer still affects a lot of women (and a small number of men), but it kills fewer. While much has been achieved, much more is still to be learned. The key to success is high-quality clinical trials that test the results of laboratory findings. A Adjuvant Chemotherapy of Breast Cancer was held at the National Institutes of Health on July , Its purpose was to bring together practicing physicians, research scientists, consumers and others in an effort to reach general agreement on the concepts and results of adjuvant chemotherapy trials in breast cancer and their implications for medical practice. TUESDAY, March 6, (HealthDay News) -- Women who received radiation treatment for breast cancer during the s appear to be at a higher risk of getting heart disease than women in the general population, a new study suggests.

Breast cancer in the 1980 s
Breast cancer in the 1980 s

Breast cancer remained a hidden disease among women in the United States until the 20th century. It was initially brought into the open with public revelations from individual women, which was followed by the development of support groups and ultimately the formation of political activist groups with young fat dick gallery priorities. Those concerned with toxic environmental breast cancer in the 1980 s as a potential cause of breast cancer organized, demonstrated, and lobbied for research funding and eventually became partners in the research that arose from their efforts. The formal integration of advocates as partners in scientific studies focused on breast cancer is embedded in a rich history of action on the part of many courageous women. This article describes the historical evolution breast cancer in the 1980 s breast cancer activism in the United States, which provided a critical foundation for the formation of BCERC. This description is followed by a discussion of BCERC as an example of the transdisciplinary research model, a paradigm that strives for inclusion of multiple stakeholders and increased interaction between scientists from a wide spectrum of disciplines, advocates, and lay audiences in order to more effectively conduct critical research and to translate and disseminate its findings.
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