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Recent Breast Cancer Research News

What do you give the woman who gave you everything? 03/04/2017
Last year Australians spent around $2 billion celebrating Mother's Day. This Mother's Day, the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia is encouraging all Australians to give their mum the best gift of all - a gift for a world without breast cancer. more...
2016 ANZBCTG Awards 21/11/2016
Members and researchers involved in the clinical trials research program of the Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG) have been recognised at the ANZBCTG's Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). more...
Breast Cancer Prevention Drug Tamoxifen Listed on the PBS 01/10/2016
Thousands of Australian women will benefit from today's announcement that the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen has been added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS). more...
The Diary that Supports Women Every Day of the Year 27/09/2016
When Elaine Freeman purchased her Australian Women's Health Diary last year, as she had done for the past ten years, she knew she was supporting breast cancer research. However, she never suspected that she would personally benefit from the research the diary supports. more...
New Treatment for Advanced Breast Cancer Doubles Progression Free Survival Rates 06/06/2016
New practice changing clinical trial results show that for postmenopausal women with advanced or metastatic breast cancer the drug palbociclib in combination with letrozole markedly improves progression free survival rates. more...