October 19, 2007, Newsletter Issue #87: Reducing Breast Cancer Risk May Be the Closest Thing to Prevention

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Breast cancer prevention is an important topic. For now, the best defense is to learn about preventing breast cancer and to take all the steps possible to do so.

Scientists recommend lowering risk factors by staying slender, exercising, eating fruits and vegetables, and avoiding (or at least limiting) alcohol consumption. But some women who do all of these things will get breast cancer anyway. Someday, that factor to prevent breast cancer may be found. Until then, live healthy, and try to limit your thoughts of breast cancer to a few days a year, such as the day you schedule your mammogram.

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