In recent decades, breast cancer researchers have identified several gene mutations that indicate a higher risk for breast cancer: Studies show that mutations in the BRCA1, BRCA2, and PALB2 genes may raise the risk of abnormal cell activities that result in unrestricted breast cell growth and division — that is, ...

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Breast Thermography for Breast Cancer Screening: Who Can Benefit


Over the last few years, there has been in increasing amount of debate over the value of mammograms for cancer screening. Indeed, the American Cancer Society’s recently pushed back the minimum age at which they recommend starting to get an annual mammogram for breast cancer screening. According to doctors and researchers, the risks outweigh the benefits for some patients, especially for younger ...

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