Wednesday 25 April 2012

Heart Blood Flow Increases-Metastatic Breast Cancer-Dutch Researchers-Treatment Option

Stress May Be Tougher on Women's Hearts Than Men's: Study

TUESDAY, April 24 -- Heart blood flow increases in men when they experience mental stress, but does not change in women, a small new study suggests.The finding may explain why women are more likely than men to have heart trouble when they suffer... read more..

'Watch-and-Wait' Approach Best When Water Breaks Before Labor: Study

TUESDAY, April 24 -- Rather than induce labor, pregnant women whose water breaks early may fare just as well if they are closely monitored by medical staff, a new study indicates.Dutch researchers found this "watch-and-wait" approach to preterm,... read more..

/R E P E A T -- VIDEO B-ROLL AVAILABLE VIA CNW - New Treatment Option Significantly Prolongs Overall Survival in Pre-treated Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients/

TORONTO, April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - The following B-Roll is available by
Video On-Demand web download:STORY SUMMARY:
In 2011, 23,000 Canadian women were diagnosed with breast cancer - this
is the second most common cause of cancer death in women.Although a diagnosis with this... read more..

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