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1 edition of What every woman should know about breast health. found in the catalog.

What every woman should know about breast health.

What every woman should know about breast health.

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Published by Scriptographic in Haslemere .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination15p. :
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22393202M

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Knowledge Is Power: What Every Woman Should Know about Breast Cancer/5(12). Every woman should read this. I bought this book first about 16 years ago when I had my first biopsy. I only read the section on breast health as at the time I did not have cancer.

In March of this year I was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer and I took the book off the shelf again. This time I /5(52). Since that time, Chillemi haspublished numerous non-fiction and fiction books including TheComplete Herbal Guide: A Natural Approach to Healing the Body, Epilepsy andPregnancy: What What every woman should know about breast health.

book Woman Should Know, Co-authored by Dr. Blanca Vasques,M.D., Faith, Courage, Wisdom, Strength and Hope, Natural Cures forCommon Conditions and The Secrets of Author: Stacey Chillemi. The fact that any woman may develop breast cancer is one reason annual mammograms and clinical breast exams are so important; regular screening may help detect cancer early.

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That's because roughly 50 percent of women in the U.S. have what's called dense breasts, a description that refers to the amount of fibroglandular tissue versus fat in the breast-a factor that impacts both cancer risk and detection, explains Laurie Margolies, M.D., the chief of breast imaging at the Mount Sinai Health System in New York.

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