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  1. SES San Francisco Keynote: Google's Matt Cutts & Patrick Thomas on Search Engine Censorship

    Maybe a bikini wouldn't be the end of world, but Google definitely doesn't want to have explicit sexual content on terms such as "breast", as most searchers might want results about breast cancer. Is it a woman giving a self-breast exam?

  2. Chic Engine Helps You Find That Dress You Saw on Pinterest

    What does breast cancer screening have to do with fashion? Working in the breast cancer screening unit, Rosebrock has been developing metrics to detect cancer in images and taking those learnings about computer 'vision', namely histology, and...

  3. What Color is Your Bra? TMI for a Cause on Facebook Goes Awry

    Supposedly, it's designed to raise breast cancer awareness. Many who have learned what the original meme is about have suggested boxer color updates for men and prostate cancer awareness. I'm a thyroid cancer survivor - so I say post the color of...

  4. Bobby Labonte and Ask.com Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer at NASCAR Banking 500

    With 13,000 names of people affected by breast cancer, Bobby Labonte will be driving the NASCAR Banking 500 to raise breast cancer awareness. The effort is in conjunction with sponsor Ask.com and their robust campaign this October, which is breast...

  5. Ask.com Unveils 'Search for the Cure' to Raise Money for Breast Cancer Research

    In order to contribute, simply complete tasks such as adding the Komen theme to your Ask.com homepage and then answer breast cancer-related questions during the month of October. Except breast cancer research is not a game.

  6. SearchDay | Economic Depression 2.0

    Yahoo's Search for a Cause to Raise Funds for Breast Cancer Research Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 2, 2008 Yahoo has introduced "Search for a Cause," which was designed to support effort during October's Breast Cancer Awareness month.

  7. Change How You Think About Your Life and Company

    After her sister died from breast cancer at age 36, Brinker felt the outcome might have been better if patients knew more about cancer and its treatment. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. Cancer, heart attacks, job layoffs, failed businesses, failed...

  8. SEMDirector Offers Accountability to Enterprise SEMs

    For example, a popular search term like “breast cancer” is very expensive; while a related term like “chest pain” is not. As paid search budgets continue to grow, and campaigns get more complex, the management of those campaigns gets more difficult.

  9. Vanishing Act: The U.S. Government's Disappearing Data

    The National Cancer Institute removed a report debunking the claim that abortions increase the risk of breast cancer, and the Department of Education is, it says, "reevaluating" hundreds of research reports available on its web site.