New method for predicting breast cancer risk suggests about 30% of cases could be prevented

Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 11:10 in Health & Medicine

Ask almost any health-conscious woman who’s mustered under a giant pink ribbon, and she’ll tell you what an American woman’s chances are of getting breast cancer in her lifetime: one-in-eight. But that’s a national average. And as the relative influence of genes, behavior and environmental factors...

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