What Is Triple-Negative Breast Cancer and How Does It Relate To The BRCA Gene Mutation?

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Triple-Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) is an aggressive form of breast cancer which spreads and grows rapidly in the body. Approximately 10-15% of all breast cancers are TNCB, named triple-negative for its negative testing of three molecular components – estrogen, progesterone, and human epidermal growth factor (HER2). This cancer is more likely to return than other … Read more

Why The Northern Charitable Foundation Sponsors the Prevention GENEration Program

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We are very passionate about sponsoring the Israel Cancer Association’s Prevention GENEration Program in collaboration with The Israel Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Consortium. The aim of the program is to reduce cancer morbidity in Israel by promoting research, prevention, early detection, treatment modalities, and means of rehabilitation. The High Rate of Individuals with the … Read more

New Parp Inhibitor Lynparza May Be Important Tool for Treating Early-Stage Breast Cancer

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The President of the American Society for Clinical Oncology shared that new research has found that the Lynparza parp inhibitor could have a significant impact on the treatment and decision paths of patients with both high-risk and early-stage breast cancer. The study also showed that Lynparza reduces the chances that patients with the BRCA gene … Read more

Exploring Byron Katie’s ‘The Work’

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Can a Self-Inquiry Technique Help Breast Cancer Survivors? In 1986 Byron Katie developed a self-inquiry method that showed great potential for improving emotional and physical wellbeing. It’s called ‘The Work’ and is described by many as a simple yet powerful process. A recent study published by the European Journal of Integrative Medicine sought to establish … Read more