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Love Leads: Setting the Example for COVID-19 Vaccine Trials by Christopher Clinton Conway:
As the pursuit of a COVID-19 vaccine intensifies, researchers stress the importance of large, diverse trial groups. A successful vaccine must work for everyone. “It’s a scientific necessity, but also a moral imperative, as younger people of color die of coronavirus at twice the rate of white people, and black, Hispanic and Native Americans are […]more
Collateral Damage from Breast Cancer Surgery by Dr. Susan Love:
As you are probably aware, I am a strong believer in documenting the collateral damage of cancer treatments. Doing so helps people fully understand what to expect. To date, most talk about collateral damage has focused on problems resulting from chemotherapy and hormone therapy. All too often, the collateral damage that results from surgical treatments […]
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The Maine Breast Cancer Coalition is pleased to announce that we are able to accept donations as part of the Paypal Giving Fund. Please use this link to support the important work of our organization - helping Maine residents with or at risk of breast cancer. All donations through the PayPal Giving Fund go to our Support Service Fund.