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Breast cancer spreads the most at a particular time of day, scientists find

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Breast cancer spreads most efficiently at night as the cells that later spread mainly appear while a person is asleep, a new study suggests.
Breast cancer spreads the most at a particular time of day, scientists find
10 days ago·New York, United States

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The Independent

Breast cancer spreads at night, new research suggests

Researchers say the finding could significantly change the way cancer is diagnosed and treated.

11 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Daily Express

Breast cancer spreads at night: New warning for millions of Britons over horror disease

BREAST CANCER spreads more aggressively at night, as patients sleep, a study has determined.

11 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Telegraph

Breast cancer ‘spreads while you sleep’

Breakthrough discovery could lead to night-time biopsies and treatments to combat the killer disease

11 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Hill

Breast cancer spreads the most at a particular time of day, scientists find

Story at a glance Researchers discovered cancer cells leaving a tumor at night divide more quickly and are more likely to spread than cells leaving the tumor site during the day.   They s…

10 days ago·Washington, United States
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Metro News

Breast cancer spreads more quickly through the body at night, study finds

'When the affected person is asleep, the tumour awakens.'

10 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Daily Record

Breast cancer spreads more quickly when patients sleep, new study finds

The study claims that tumours generate more circulating cells due to sleep-related hormones.

10 days ago·Glasgow, United Kingdom
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