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August 1999

Tamoxifen vs. Raloxifene: A Major New Study To Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

The Johns Hopkins Breast Center is joining more than 500 centers across the United States and Canada in recruiting volunteers for the Study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene, or STAR, one of the largest breast cancer prevention studies ever to be undertaken. Up to 22,000 women will take part in the study.
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Research Review

A Trojan Horse to Fight Cancer

Boosting the Immune System to Fight Cancer

Growing "Stem Cells" Outside the Body

Depression Linked to Lack of Estrogen

Complementary Approaches

Fish Consumption Reduces Cancer Risk

Raw Sprout Warning from FDA

Breastfeeding Tied to Lower Breast Cancer Risk

 


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