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DCIS Is Not Cancer- Might Not Require Surgery

Tens of thousands of women are having surgery – sometimes even having both breasts removed – to treat a condition that is unlikely to ever become life-threatening. In fact, a recent study concluded

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Breast Cancer-“Should I be Tested for Cancer: Maybe Not and Here’s Why”

The subject of cancer screening is very complex and H. Gilbert Welch's book, Should I Be Tested for Cancer: Maybe Not and Here's Why, does an excellent job of explaining thse complexities in

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Interpreting Breast Cancer Statistics

I have have had little success in trying to determine if DCIS and LCIS are included in the mortality statistics for breast cancer.  Below are links to breast cancer statistics reported by the American

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Breast Cancer, HRT, Estrogen and the Environment

The New York Times produced an interesting article by Nicholas Kristof, titled “Cancer from the Kitchen?” which touches on many of my concerns regarding environmental causes of cancer and breast

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Breast Cancer and Genistein- To Eat Soy or Not…

This is an excellent article on genistein and its effect upon many and various cancers, as well as a very good description of what genistein is and how it works in the body.  I am including it in

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