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Happy Thanksgiving – Think Pink Rocks

  May You,Your Family and Loved ones Have a Holiday full of Joy and Laughter

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Happy New Year from Think Pink Rocks

Happy New Year from Think Pink Rocks Wishing you the Best of 2017

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Happy Holidays from Think Pink Rocks

Happy Holidays from Think Pink Rocks

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Happy Thanksgiving – Think Pink Rocks

  May You,Your Family and Loved ones Have a Holiday full of Joy and Laughter

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New Compound Shows Potential for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

An investigation from the University of Michigan has found a new compound that shows potential for new therapies aimed at breast cancer.  This news is exciting for the fight against breast cancer, but also for all of us at Think Pink Rocks due to our success with raising funds for this breakthrough research. I’ve got an article for you on this ground breaking research being done at Michigan University.  I am proud to inform you that this is one of the studies your donations to Think Pink Rocks is funding. Our ability to contribute to this research is from donations we receive all year round.  So at Think Pink Rocks we want to thank you, and share with you this huge advancement. You can read all about this work in a great article by Nicole Fawcett the manager of cancer communication.  

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New Article: New Drugs for Ovarian Cancer Patients

A new class of drugs could be a significant step forward in the treatment of ovarian cancer, one of the most lethal forms of the disease. The drugs, known as PARP inhibitors, are thought to help the body slow the disease’s progression by helping to prevent cancer cells from repairing themselves after chemotherapy treatment, thereby shrinking tumors and delaying relapses. You can read the rest of this important article at the Wall Street Journal by clicking here.

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New Drugs for Ovarian Cancer Patients

A new class of drugs could be a significant step forward in the treatment of ovarian cancer, one of the most lethal forms of the disease. The drugs, known as PARP inhibitors, are thought to help the body slow the disease’s progression by helping to prevent cancer cells from repairing themselves after chemotherapy treatment, thereby shrinking tumors and delaying relapses. You can read the rest of this important article at the Wall Street Journal by clicking here.

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