Cynthia Nixon Opens Up About Her Transgender Son

Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award winner (and former New York candidate for governor) Cynthia Nixon talked to Us Weekly about her transgender son, Seph, 22, at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 29. Nixon was at the festival for the world premiere of her project Stray Dolls when she was asked about Samuel Joseph Mozes (Seph’s full name). “I’m very […]

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Global HER2 testing survey raises questions about priorities for breast cancer resources

A global survey of HER2 testing has raised questions about how resources should be spent on potentially lifesaving HER2 targeted therapies for breast cancer, especially in poorer countries. The results were presented at the ESMO Breast Cancer Congress 2019, Berlin, 2-4 May 2019. The ONCOLLEGE-001 internet-based survey of HER2 testing in 45 countries has highlighted major access and affordability issues […]

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The Hidden Danger of Yo-Yo Dieting You Need to Know About

It’s a scenario so many women can relate to: You succeed at losing weight, only to gain it back six months later. You shed the pounds again, but they return…and the cycle continues. This up-and-down routine is the definition of yo-yo dieting, and as a new study shows, the term isn’t reserved only for people who yo-yo drastic amounts of weight.  Preliminary research presented at this […]

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