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September 2001
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Understanding Why Herceptin Works - and Doesn't

Ever since it came on the market, researchers have been trying to understand why the breast cancer drug Herceptin® (trastuzumab) works for some women and not others. However, a team of Swiss researchers may have eliminated at least one theory for its frustrating level of ineffectiveness.
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Complementary Approaches

More Good News About Green Tea

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Reducing Weight to Reduce Risk

Weight Gain During Chemotherapy

Physician Prompting Patients to Exercise

Lifetime Activity Cuts Breast Cancer Risk

Stop Smoking to Reduce Risk - and Lose Weight?

Treating Mild Anemia

Federal Research Initiative Set To Launch

The Pill and the BRCA Genes

Bone Loss from Chemotherapy

Congress Considers Extending Breast Cancer Stamp

Placental Health and Breast Cancer Risk

New Recommendations for Vitamin C


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