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Premier Biomedicals Research on its Patent Pending Anti-Cancer Treatment With Metronomic Chemotherapy Recognized for Publication in the Prestigious British Journal of Cancer

EL PASO, TX--(Marketwired - Dec 6, 2016) - * Premier Biomedical, Inc.* (OTCQB: BIEI) a biotech research public company focused on discovering, developing, and commercializing medical treatments for a..
Marketwired

Dear Abby: Knitted breast prostheses are made with tender loving care

Please let breast cancer survivors know about Knitted Knockers at www.knittedknockers.org. If you know a knitter or crocheter, encourage them to join the cause. Dear Claire: I know many women will be..
SFGate

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News video: Women Test Their Breast Cancer Risk

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Lee Trundle scored a double hat trick for a Swansea City All Stars team on Sunday, including a very cheeky penalty. Now 40, Trundle has been plying his trade for Welsh Division Two side Llanelli Town...
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News video: Susan Castriota Discusses Her Patented Microwavable Glass Lids

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Pittsburgher Susan Castriota returns to PTL to discuss the set of microwavable glass lids she invented and patented after beating breast cancer.
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News video: New device could make way for cheaper cancer screenings

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A new mobile unit could help slash the cost of breast cancer screenings dramatically for women around the globe.
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Breast cancer survivor Carol McGiffin reveals her younger sister Tracy is dying from the disease

Carol McGiffin has revealed some devastating news about her younger sister Tracy [Best] But the 56 year old has revealed the devastating news that her younger sister Tracy is dying from the disease...
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ABOUND Data Presented at the World Conference on Lung Cancer Further Explores Safety and Efficacy of ABRAXANE® for Challenging Patient Populations

abound data presented at the world conference on lung cancer further explores safety and efficacy of abraxane® for challenging patient populations
*Business Wire India*Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ:CELG) today announced interim results from the ABOUND clinical trial program evaluating the use of ABRAXANE^® (paclitaxel protein-bound particles for..
Business Wire India

Texas releases abortion booklet citing refuted cancer links

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas state agency has released a new edition of a booklet for women considering an abortion that suggests there may be a link between terminating pregnancies and increased..
Seattle Times

Woman married her fiancé of 17 years days before dying from breast cancer 

woman married her fiancé of 17 years days before dying from breast cancer 
Claire Rose-Smith, 38, from Syston, Leicestershire, married Gregory Smith while their two children Jordan, 16, and Kiera, seven, watched on as best man and bridesmaid.
MailOnline

Mother whose breasts were reconstructed using CADAVER tissue after cancer battle admits: 'I thought I needed them to look like a woman'

mother whose breasts were reconstructed using cadaver tissue after cancer battle admits: 'i thought i needed them to look like a woman'
Mother-of-three Natalie Wilson, 43, of Ajax, Ontario, has been diagnosed with breast cancer three times and had 13 reconstructive procedures - with some using cadaver tissue.
MailOnline

Mother with breast cancer says thank you to stranger who bought her dinner

mother with breast cancer says thank you to stranger who bought her dinner
Jerina Edwards, from Oklahoma, was having dinner with her family when a stranger noticed she was battling cancer. In a kind note the stranger offered to pay for her family's meal.
MailOnline

Husband pays tribute to 'beautiful' bride who died three days...

husband pays tribute to 'beautiful' bride who died three days...
A man who tied the knot with his terminally ill wife at Loros just days before she died has told how it "meant the world" that he could fulfil her dream of being married, 17 years after he..
Leicester Mercury

Women bare breasts at Hull's Lightstream Stadium for #CheckEmOutL...

women bare breasts at hull's lightstream stadium for #checkemoutl...
Dozens of brave women bared their breats in a bid to raise awareness of breast cancer this morning. The event at the Lightstream Stadium in east Hull was aimed at encouraging women to have their chests..
Hull Daily Mail

Double mastectomy mum becomes nipple tattooist

double mastectomy mum becomes nipple tattooist
A Nottingham mum who underwent a double mastectomy is being trained as a nipple tattooist. Gemma Laurence, from Worksop, who made the brave decision to have a double mastectomy and hysterectomy, lost..
Nottingham Post

Annmarie Bowen got breast cancer was she was just 21 - now she's given birth to the 'miracle' baby she never thought she'd have

annmarie bowen got breast cancer was she was just 21 - now she's given birth to the 'miracle' baby she never thought she'd have
Annmarie Bowen was the youngest Welsh woman to be diagnosed with stage three breast cancer
Wales Online

A pill that can beat breast cancer. But should you be on it? New 4p-a-day treatment to be offered on the NHS

a pill that can beat breast cancer. but should you be on it? new 4p-a-day treatment to be offered on the nhs
Prescribing watchdogs the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence said the drug, anastrozole, should be available to women who are over 50 and deemed to have a high risk.
MailOnline

Close-knit group make knockers and natter

close-knit group make knockers and natter
Knitting group helps its members battle depression and makes 'knockers' for breast cancer survivors
BBC News

Women urged to bare their boobs in fight against cancer at Hull...

women urged to bare their boobs in fight against cancer at hull...
Women are being urged to bare their boobs in the fight against breast cancer this weekend.An event is being held at the Lightstream Stadium, east Hull, on Sunday, which will encourage ladies to have..
Hull Daily Mail

Pfizer's Herceptin biosimilar succeeds in key breast cancer study

(Reuters) - Pfizer Inc said on Wednesday its experimental biosimilar of Roche Holding AG's blockbuster breast cancer treatment Herceptin met the main goal in a key study.
Reuters

Inspirational mum Heidi Loughlin talks candidly about her battle...

inspirational mum heidi loughlin talks candidly about her battle...
Bristol mum-of-two Heidi Loughlin, 33, was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer in 2015 whilst pregnant. She bravely chose to delay treatment to save her baby – but tragically, her daughter Ally..
Bristol Post

Bristol mum Heidi Loughlin reveals her cancer has spread - but...

bristol mum heidi loughlin reveals her cancer has spread - but...
Bristol mum-of-two Heidi Loughlin, 34, was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer in 2015 whilst pregnant. She bravely chose to delay treatment to save her baby – but tragically, her daughter Ally..
Bristol Post

Heartfelt tribute on the anniversary of Anna Verrico's funeral as...

heartfelt tribute on the anniversary of anna verrico's funeral as...
A TRIBUTE has been paid to Isle resident Anna Verrico who tragically died three years ago from a rare form of breast cancer. The mum-of-two's funeral took place three years ago to the day (November..
Scunthorpe Telegraph

Healthy women should take breast cancer pill, says NICE

healthy women should take breast cancer pill, says nice
Hundreds of thousands of healthy women should take pills to cut their risk of breast cancer, says NHS watchdog.
BBC News

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