Breast Cancer Prevention and Risk Factors

October is all about Halloween for the kids. But orange yields to pink for adults in October, because it is also Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in American women, behind lung cancer. Prevention and early detection are the keys to this deadly disease. Today I want to focus on prevention and risk factors.

The body is composed of 50 to 70 trillion cells. It would take 1.5 million years to count them all ...

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