Monthly Archives: July 2015

Survey: Majority of Women Do Not Discuss Breast Cancer Risks or Mammography Screening Limitations with Healthcare Providers

Cambridge, Mass. – May 5, 2015 – sphingotec, LLC, predictive diagnostic tests for cancer, cardiovascular diseases and kidney function, today announced the results of a survey gauging women’s understanding of breast cancer risk factors and their perceptions of common breast cancer screening methods. The survey was conducted in conjunction with a national, independent health information…
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Researchers Link Low Levels of Pro-Enkephalin to Future Breast Cancer in Healthy Women

sphingotec announces the publication of trial results showing the strong association between low pro-enkephalin (pro-ENK) levels in plasma and incident breast cancer Cambridge, Mass. – July 15, 2015 – sphingotec LLC announced today that the results of two studies examining the association between proenkephalin (pro-ENK) and incident breast cancer were published online in the Journal…
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