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About Mammary Cell News


Mammary Cell News has been keeping the global scientific and medical community conveniently informed with free weekly newsletters since 2009. We keep readers current with the latest research and news in the field of mammary cell research, focusing on the development, progression, and treatment of breast cancer at the cellular level. Mammary Cell News highlights both laboratory research and clinical perspectives. We save scientists valuable time while keeping them current by facilitating the communication of cutting-edge research and science news.


Mammary Cell News compiles the latest research and review papers examining both healthy and malignant mammary gland cells and mammospheres. Our editors gather articles from high impact, peer-reviewed science journals and press releases from international research institutions and medical facilities. Specific topics include mammary cell differentiation, characterization and behavior; the development of malignant breast tissue cells; and the progression, metastasis, and treatment of breast cancer. The Laboratory Research section features breast cancer publications discussing research at the cell culture and model organism level while the Clinical Research section focuses on patient-based translational research. In addition, Mammary Cell News provides announcements on new and upcoming clinical trials, recent drug patents and breast cancer diagnostics tools, award and funding opportunities, and new job and conference listings in the field of mammary cell research. Be sure to take a look at our other weekly newsletters, particularly Cancer Stem Cell News, which regularly features articles discussing the identification, characterization and therapeutic targeting breast cancer stem cells.


With almost 5,000 subscribers worldwide, the Mammary Cell News readers are comprised of academic research scientists, medical practitioners, pharmaceutical and biotech professionals, and students. We also share current, relevant science news and other interesting content every day via our Mammary Cell News Twitter feed, @MammaryCell. Follow us to stay engaged with the mammary research community! In addition to providing subscribers with content from top news resources, we facilitate the communication of science by giving researchers the opportunity to increase exposure to their work by submitting their mammary cell and breast cancer publications, reviews, press releases, events and jobs to our editorial team for possible inclusion in an upcoming issue of Mammary Cell News.
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