Lifetime Recreational Exercise Activity and Breast Cancer Risk Among Black Women and White Women
Leslie Bernstein, Alpa V. Patel, Giske Ursin, Jane Sullivan-Halley, Michael F. Press, Dennis Deapen, Jesse A. Berlin, Janet R. Daling, Jill A. McDonald, Sandra A. Norman, Kathleen E. Malone, Brian L. Strom, Jonathan Liff, Suzanne G. Folger, Michael S. Simon, Ronald T. Burkman, Polly A. Marchbanks, Linda K. Weiss, Robert Spirtas
16 February 2010
New research sheds light on breast cancer prognosis for poorer women
Researchers from the University of Dundee have established a link between deprivation and the p53 gene that explains why women from poorer backgrounds are less likely to survive breast cancer.
Lifetime physical activity and the risk of renal cell cancer
Alessandra Tavani 1 *, Antonella Zucchetto 2, Luigino Dal Maso 2, Maurizio Montella 3, Valerio Ramazzotti 4, Renato Talamini 2, Silvia Franceschi 5, Carlo La Vecchia 1 6