Breast Cancer and The Environment – Question & Answers

In your lifetime, you probably will know several people with breast cancer; an estimated 230,480 women in the United States found out they had the disease in 2011. Throughout their lives, women have experiences and make decisions that can influence their chances of getting breast cancer, which is happen because of the unawareness of the symptoms and effects of this disease.

In 2011, the Institute of Medicine an independent non-profit organization that provides evidence-based advice to policy makers and the public published a report about breast cancer and the environment. This Publication covers some of the basic facts and questions about the Breast Cancer.

The Research Publication can be Downloaded from The Academic Section of this Blog:

*Note: The Book is in Pdf format, first Install Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or above

About Ahmad Amirali

I am an educator by profession, pursuing my further career in teaching and learning. I love to read and, even more, love to share what I read.
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1 Response to Breast Cancer and The Environment – Question & Answers

  1. Dave says:

    I know a couple of ladies who were diagnosed this year. They’re tough and fighting it with all they’ve got. It’s a cruel disease.

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