Breast Cancer Risk Factors: a critical Review of what we actually know

As research increasingly addresses the roles of early life events and interactions between a variety of factors in relation to specific types of breast cancer, we may acquire significant new knowledge that lends itself to prevention

After 40 Years Of Research, What Do We Know About Preventing Breast Cancer?
40 years of Breast Cancer research

Hundreds of scientific articles are published each year about risk factors for breast cancer and about prevention of the disease. However, the most basic questions about what we really know get very little attention. How much of the occurrence of breast cancer can be explained by our current knowledge? What can women do to reduce their risk? And where should we look for the remaining pieces of the puzzle?

Read After 40 Years Of Research, What Do We Know About Preventing Breast Cancer? by Geoffrey Kabat, 2/24/2013, Forbes
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Author: DES Daughter

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