When 26-year-old Katharina was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer, it turned her life upside down. But she did her best to stay positive.
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Around 10% of women have lost a baby, with the risk being a lot higher for Black women. A new set of reports aims to raise the profile of miscarriage. DW spoke to co-author Siobhan Quenby.
Many women have not gone for a mammography screening in recent months for fear of becoming infected with the coronavirus. However, such screening for breast cancer can save lives.
Some patients who have breast tissue removed to fight or prevent cancer opt against artificial reconstruction after the procedure. Many patients who've made this decision in Germany have felt stigmatized after the fact.
Pharmaceuticals are often developed over a long period of time, and can sometimes deliver unexpected effects — as with aspirin and Viagra. Researchers have now used a drug database to discover new anti-cancer substances.
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