December 13, 2019
THURSDAY, Dec. 12, 2019 (U.S. News & World Report)—Nearly six years after stopping a five-year regimen of the breast cancer drug anastrozole, women at high risk for breast cancer were 50% less likely to have been struck by the disease, new research shows.
The trial included more than 3,800 postmenopausal women at high risk for breast cancer. They were deemed to be at high risk for a variety of reasons, including having two or more blood relatives with breast cancer, having a mother or sister who developed breast cancer before age 50, and having a mother or sister who had breast cancer in both breasts.
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TUESDAY, Dec. 10, 2019 (BizBash)—More than $1.5 million was raised at the 25th annual gala, held at the National Building Museum. Senator Bill Cassidy (Republican of Louisiana) and Senator Mazie Hirono (Democrat of Hawaii) were honored as cancer champions, and honorary Congressional co-chairs came from both parties. Next: May 14, 2020