Breast Cancer in Young Women: Resourc...

Breast Cancer in Young Women: Resources Around the Area

There are 1 comment on the Patch.com story from Oct 23, 2012, titled Breast Cancer in Young Women: Resources Around the Area. In it, Patch.com reports that:

Chances are you know someone who has, or has had breast cancer. Generally speaking, an American woman in her 30s has a one in 232 chance of getting the disease, and a woman 20 years her senior has a one in 42 probability, according to komen.org . "Although we aren't certain, the cause of breast cancer in younger women is likely caused by a genetic ... (more)

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drjung

Arlington Heights, IL

#1 Oct 24, 2012
Dr. Joanna Budwig did one of the longest and best studies of people destined to get breast cancer, but was passed up for a noble prize when she found, after this 30 year study, few got it because of simple omega oils. If you watch the movie "Pink Ribbon INC", you will see what a joke some of these rallies are, as the companies pocket lots of the monies. Why isn't omega 3 promoted? And why give cancer causing mammograms, when ultrasound technology is safer?
I'm pissed because two of my patients have had masectomies because they didn't listen to this info.!

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