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May 02, 2022

African American Women Need to Know More About High-Risk Breast Cancer

by Felicia Johnson People of color are often at a disadvantage in the realms of education, diagnosis and treatment regarding cancer. I hope my story of BRCA1 metastatic breast cancer will help create more dialogue and more awareness so that we can...

The chance of a second breast cancer is higher among some Hawai'ian women

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The chance of a second breast cancer is higher among some Hawai'ian women

Women diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), an early form of breast cancer, are more likely to have a second breast cancer diagnosis if they are of Native Hawai'ian, Filipino or Japanese ancestry than...
PARP inhibitor (niraparib) in patients with inherited or tumor PALB2 mutations in advanced solid tumors (PAVO)

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PARP inhibitor (niraparib) in patients with inherited or tumor PALB2 mutations in advanced solid tumors (PAVO)

PAVO is an open-label Phase II study investigating if the study drug, a PARP inhibitor called niraparib (Zejula), is safe and effective for certain people who have been diagnosed with an advanced solid tumor with...

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