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Breast Cancer Study in Indian Women Shows How the Country can Avoid Crisis

A new research study on breast cancer awareness in India reveals that it is spreading due to delayed diagnosis. Educating men could be a solution to encourage women to seek help earlier. The study found that due to cultural and religious issues women don’t access health services and neglect their health, which in turn results in a delayed diagnosis of breast cancer.This study was published in the Journal of Business Research.

Brain Differences Between ADHD Patients Showed by MRI

According to the studies, people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were identified with the help of magnetic imagining resonance (MRI). The MRI shows the difference in the brain information among ADHD patients and distinguishes among subtypes of the condition. The study was published in the journal Radiology.

Eye Cancer: Genetic Testing Recommended for Children

Retinoblastoma affects nearly 350 individuals each year in the United States. Genetic counseling and testing would help clarify risks of children developing eye cancer. A guideline to screen for eye tumors affecting children were developed by leading pathologists, ophthalmologists and genetics in the U.S. Detecting retinoblastoma at the earliest could save the lives and vision of many children. The guidelines are published online in Ophthalmology, the journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology.