What Can I Do to Reduce My Odds of Being Diagnosed with Breast Cancer?

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Breast cancer is common in the United States and other developed countries, with one in eight women being diagnosed during their lifetime.  The most common breast cancer risk factors are related to estrogen exposure over the course of our lifetime. A Western lifestyle increases these risk factors. Here is my best advice for optimizing your odds against this common disease.

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