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Breast Cancer - Video

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Breast cancer is second only to lung cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the United States. The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 182,400 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer each year, while 40,480 women will lose their lives to this disease. Breast cancer will affect one of every eight American women in their lifetime.



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Breast Cancer - Video
May 6, 2011 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Diana Turco, a Certified Genetic Counselor at MD Anderson’s Clinical Cancer Genetics discusses whether or not genetic testing is right for you. Approximately 5-10% of cancer is inherited. Individuals who have a genetic predisposition for developing cancer will have a far higher chance of developing cancer within their lifetime and at an earlier age. Learn more about genetic testing and counseling.
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May 6, 2011 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Learn when your family history places you at increased risk for breast cancer. Dr. Banu Arun, Associate Professor of Breast Medical Oncology and Co-Director of Clinical Cancer Genetics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and Diana Turco, Certified Genetic Counselor in Clinical Cancer Genetics, answer common questions regarding hereditary risk factors for breast cancer. Dr. Jennifer Litton, Assistant Professor of Breast Medical Oncology, at The University of Texas MD Anderson...
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May 6, 2011 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Make sense of hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer risk. Dr. Jennifer Litton, Assistant Professor of Breast Medical Oncology, at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center discusses hormone therapy.
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May 6, 2011 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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How often you should get tested for breast cancer depends on your chances for getting the disease. If you are at increased risk for breast cancer, you may need to start screening exams at an earlier age, get additional tests or be tested more often. Dr. Banu Arun, Associate Professor of Breast Medical Oncology and Clinical Cancer Prevention, and Co-Director of Clinical Cancer Genetics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center presents an overview of breast cancer risk management.
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Diana Turco, a Certified Genetic Counselor at MD Anderson’s Clinical Cancer Genetics discusses whether or not genetic testing is right for you. Approximately 5-10% of cancer is inherited. Individuals who have a genetic predisposition for developing cancer will have a far higher chance of developing cancer within their lifetime and at an earlier age. Learn more about genetic testing and counseling.
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Nov 4, 2010 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Breast Cancer - Video
Nov 4, 2010 Carol Frankmann
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Nov 4, 2010 Danielle McGee, RD, LD
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Nov 4, 2010 Wei Yang, M.D.
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Nov 4, 2010 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Nov 4, 2010 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Nov 4, 2010 MD Anderson Cancer Center
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