Breast cancer cells disguised as neurons spread to brain

Feb 14, 2014 by

Breast cancer cells are “cellular chameleons” because they masquerade as neurons by assuming similar properties to those found in the brain....

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Antidote for mental fog caused by tamoxifen

Oct 21, 2013 by

A major breakthrough in breast cancer treatment comes out of a team from the University of Rochester Medical Center. The researchers found an antidote – a substance called AZD6244- that stopped the tamoxifen-induced brain cell death in mice....

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Common autism supplement can promote and repress cancer

Aug 24, 2013 by

A recent study of the flavonoids luteolin (given for pediatric autism spectrum disorders) and quercetin, the results were a bit surprising. In regards to breast cancer, researchers found that luteolin blocks some of the endocrine effects of progesterone. But...

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