by Dr. Sharima Rasanayagam, PhD, Director of Science, Breast Cancer Prevention Partners 1 in 8 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime (and 1 in about 800 men).
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In this video, Anticancer Lifestyle Program Co-Founder Nancy Kane answers common questions from patients, such as: How important is heredity in one’s personal cancer risk? What modifiable…
Tell us about yourself. Where are you from, how do you spend your time, and what do you do for work and play? I am originally from St Louis.
During the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I was intrigued by a physician’s suggestion about how to make decisions concerning behaviors that meant risk of exposure to the virus.
There’s no sure way to prevent colorectal cancer. But there are things you can do that might help lower your risk, such as changing the risk factors that you can control.
Today is World Cancer Day. It’s a good reminder of our shared humanity, of the cold hard fact that no country, no ethnic group, no age group, no gender, no-one—is immune from this disease.
Tell us about yourself. Where are you from, how do you spend your time, and what do you do for work and play? I’m based in Upper Marlboro, MD, but home will always be Summerville, SC.
What is your name, practice and specialty area? Hi. My name is Chloe Atreya.