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Breast Cancer News and Information

Note: The following directory of online government/nonprofit and commercial websites is provided merely as a reference to users. Imaginis does not endorse and takes no responsibility whatsoever for the information found on the following websites.

Behind the Cancer Headlines ( is a collaboration between the Mid-Atlantic Breast Cancer Information Exchange (MABCIE) and a consortium of the medical writers and editors in the United States. goes "behind the cancer headlines" to provide educational articles that explain the most recent advances in cancer research and cutting-edge trends in diagnosis and treatment. ( features the latest news stories and medical journal articles on breast cancer research from a variety of online resources. Over 1,500 news articles on all aspects of breast cancer are included on the website. News sources include Reuters Health, the Journal of Clinical Oncology, Your Health Daily, British Medical Journal, HealthSCOUT, the Journal of the American Medical Association, Cancer Online, Doctor's Guide, and more. Users may subscribe to a free email newsletter that provides daily summaries of the latest breast cancer news.

CancerWise ( is a monthly electronic publication that contains information about the latest advancements in cancer treatment and research, support programs and activities, and cancer prevention tips, among other cancer news and information. CancerWise is produced by the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. M. D. Anderson is one of the nation's original three Comprehensive Cancer Centers designated by the National Cancer Act of 1971 and is one of only 35 such centers today.

Doctor's Guide ( provides the latest medical news on breast cancer as well as basic information on risk factors, warning signs, screening, diagnosing, staging, and treatment of the disease. Users may also choose to stay informed on the latest developments in breast cancer research by receiving periodic e-mail notifications from the Doctor's Guide.

Updated: August 29, 2007