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When Arlene Dobren's mother was diagnosed with breast cancer 30 years ago, the cancer had already spread to her liver.
The Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Centers (BCERCs) were among the last large-scale scientific undertakings championed by Dr.
I think we tend to be pretty much in denial about breast cancer until it touches our lives directly.
Even though doctors told them it was pure coincidence, the Connoles wondered if their breast cancer had an environmental cause.
Invasive breast cancer strikes about 180,000 women in the United States each year.
Those are the chances that an American woman will get breast cancer during her lifetime.
Breast Cancer Activists in Central Wisconsin to Serve Unmet Breast Health Needs in Central Wisconsin WAUSAU, Wis.
Previous discussions of science that inform precautionary decision making are augmented by examining three activist-initiated breast cancer and environment studies--the Long Island, New York, and Cape Cod, Massachusetts, studies and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences breast cancer and environment centers.