How genes influence your risk of developing breast cancer

Prof Douglas Easton discusses the effect of a combination of low penetrant genes has to an individuals cancer risk.

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Managing the side effects of oral aromatase inhibitors

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How does chemotherapy during pregnancy affect the baby?

Dr. Fedro Peccatori's study indicates that babies have good development regardless of the chemotherapy that the pregnant mother received during treatment.

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The benefits of aspirin to cancer patients

Dr Keith Spencer speaks on behalf of colon cancer patients on the risks and benefits that can be found when taking preventative aspirin.

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The importance of any history of cancer in your family.

Dr. Marie Wood talks about the history of cancer and the vital role it plays in helping to identify patients at a higher risk of second primary cancer.

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Radiation therapy and decision making in breast cancer

Dr. Monica Morrow discusses radiation therapy and making informed decisions on what type of adjuvant therapy to take.

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How eating and obesity relate to breast cancer for your degree of activity

Dr. Michael Pollak talks about studies that have indicated that obesity doubles the risk of dying from breast cancer.

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