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The Shocking Truth about the Breast Cancer!

March 30th 2012 10:51
We all knew that breast cancer is the No.1 cancer who killing more than thousands of women each year in all over world! Many researchers have been worked out many experiments to discover the main causes of breast cancer.

Recently, an oncologists team in California have been unveiled a shocking truth. They found out that a tumor’s hormone receptor status playing an important role in breast cancer occurrence!

According to the report, hormone receptors are the one to be blamed, as it tells cancer cells to grow in a woman’s breast. For your information, women with hormone receptor “positive tumors” can be cured through chemotherapy, unlike those women with hormone receptor “negative tumors”!


This means, women with hormone receptor negative tumors are a bit harder to cure from the breast cancer, due to the resistance of cancer cells to the chemotherapy!

Right now, the oncologists have tried to find the ways to overcome the problem. Hopefully, they’re able to discover the methods as soon as possible!
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