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- Working through it. Chessher, Melissa // Self;Oct2005, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p110
Relates the experiences of working women diagnosed with breast cancer in the U.S. Effect of treatment on the cancer patient's work performance; Attitude of co-employees to the patient; Legislation for ill working women. INSETS: How you can be a supportive colleague.;How to tell the boss if...
- Cancer compensation for nightshift workers. // New Scientist;3/21/2009, Vol. 201 Issue 2700, p5
The article reports that around 40 women night-shift workers in Denmark have received compensation from the government following a 2007 report by the International Agency for Research on Cancer, which said that night work is a probable cause of cancer. According to the study, night workers...
- The incidence of breast cancer in the General Practice Research Database compared with national cancer registration data. Kaye, J A; Derby, L E; Melero-Montes, M del Mar; Quinn, M; Jick, H; del Mar Melero-Montes, M // British Journal of Cancer;12/1/2000, Vol. 83 Issue 11, p1556
Breast cancer incidence rates in the UK from 1990 to 1996 among women aged 35-69 estimated from the General Practice Research Database (GPRD) were closely similar to those reported by the Office for National Statistics from cancer registration data (ONS). The GPRD is a valuable and up-to-date...
- Saving Ourselves. Burt-Murray, Angela // Essence (Time Inc.);Oct2007, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p20
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including an article that chronicles the journey of four breast cancer survivors and another article about Pantene Beautiful Lengths, an organization that provides natural-hair wigs for women dealing with cancer.
- Retraction: Luminal B tumors are the most frequent molecular subtype in breast cancer of North African women: an immunohistochemical profile study from Morocco. El Fatemi, Hinde; Chahbouni, Sanae; Jayi, Sofia; Moumna, Kaoutar; Melhouf, My Abdelilah; Bannani, Abdelaziz; Mesbahi, Omar; Amarti, Afaf // Diagnostic Pathology;2013, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
The article offers information on the retraction of the article "Luminal B tumors are the most frequent molecular subtype in breast cancer of North African women: an immunohistochemical profile study from Morocco," by Hinde El Fatemi and colleagues that was published in the 2012 issue.
- Women's Health and Well Being. Schaefer, Sarah S.; Santoro, Elissa J. // New Jersey Jewish News;6/3/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 22, p49
The article offers advice on women's health and well being concerning breast cancer.
- Genetic Breast Cancer Risk Scores. // BioWorld Today;8/2/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 147, Special section p1
The article discusses a research study on the increased breast cancer risk of women with certain genetic variants linked to breast cancer, published in the July 28, 2010 issue of the "Journal of the American Medical Association."
- Issues of consent and feedback in a genetic epidemiological study of women with breast cancer. Richards, M. P. M.; Ponder, M.; Pharoah, P.; Everest, S.; Mackay, J. // Journal of Medical Ethics;Apr2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p93
Women (N=21) who had had breast cancer and had been enrolled in a large genetic breast cancer epidemiological study were interviewed about their experience of participation in the study, their attitudes to the confidentiality of data, and the feedback of personal and general research results....
- BEATING BREAST CANCER. Botton, Sari // Harper's Bazaar;Oct2008, Issue 3563, p274
This article lists information for women about preventing, detecting, and treating breast cancer, including on being aware of family history, performing breast self-exams, and undergoing radiation treatments.