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For Early Breast Cancer, More U .S. Ladies Choose Less Invasive Treatment: – FRIDAY, Oct. 9, 2015 – – American females with an early, noninvasive stage of breast cancer are increasingly deciding on less extensive surgery, a fresh study says. But there was one exception to the development: The number of patients who opt to have both breasts removed is growing, even though this method doesn’t improve survival, based on the researchers. The study focused on what’s known as ductal carcinoma in situ – – an extremely early stage of breasts cancer that indicates the presence of noninvasive, yet early cancer cellular material potentially.

‘We’ve doubled the number of genes found out and an extremely strong pattern is usually emerging,’ Julie Williams, a professor at the Neuroscience and Mental Wellness Study Institute at Cardiff University who lead section of the international study, told the BBC. ‘There can be something in the immune response which can be causing Alzheimer’s disease and we have to look at that.’ Scientists also identified 13 other genetic variants that may have potential links to Alzheimer’s, but more study needs to be done on these. The new research was funded by the National Institute of Aging, Nationwide Institutes of Health and the Worldwide Genomic Alzheimer’s Task .