Sunday, 25 March 2012

Breast Cancer Cell Migration-Breast Cancer Cells-Planned Parenthood-Abortion Services

'Bed-of-nails' breast implant deters cancer cells

Researchers have created an implant that appears to deter breast cancer cell regrowth. Made from a common federally approved polymer, the implant is the first to be modified at the nanoscale in a way that causes a reduction in the blood-vessel architecture that breast cancer tumors depend upon, while also attracting healthy breast cells. read more..

miRNA-135a promotes breast cancer cell migration and invasion by targeting HOXA10

Conclusions:In summary, our results indicate that miR-135a is an onco-miRNA that can promote breast cancer cell migration and invasion. HOXA10 is a target gene for miR-135a in breast cancer cells and overexpression of HOXA10 can partially reverse the miR-135a invasive phenotype. (Source: BMC Cancer) read more..

US breast cancer fundraising lags after abortion dispute

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen for the Cure is feeling a pinch on donations following a controversy over its funding for Planned Parenthood, a leading provider of birth-control and abortion services. (Source: Reuters: Health) read more..

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