Breast cancer risk should determine how often you go for screening

Dr Gareth Evans defines the importance of identifying a woman's individual risk in order to identify how often they should be screened.

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How PI3K/AKT/mTOR inhibitors might help patients with breast cancer.

Dr. Sara Hurvitz discusses the role of PI3/AKT/mTOR inhibitors, such as Everolimus and how they help towards breast cancer treatment.

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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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Factors affecting younger women with breast cancer

Dr Ann Partridge discusses how breast cancer can affect younger women with cancer.

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The advantages of scanning for breast cancer with MRI rather than mammography

Dr Christiane Kuhl discusses the benefits of scanning with MRI for breast cancer

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How pregnancy affects breast cancer treatment and outcomes

Dr Hatem Azim talks of a study that indicates that pregnancy during breast cancer does not affect the outcome of treatment.

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