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Breast cancer has best outcome if detected early

Breast cancer is the second leading cause of deaths amongst US women aged 40 to 55. Risk factors are age, family history, hormonal factors and history of benign breast cancers. Early detection provides the best prognosis. Detection can be done through breast self-examination, clinical breast examination and mammograms.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Empire Tribune

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About: Breast cancer has best outcome if detected early

Date: 31 October 2004

Source: Empire Tribune

Author: Karon Moore

URL: http://www.empiretribune.com/EMPIRETRIBUNE/myarticles.asp?P=1060220&S=425&PubID=17100

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