Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer for American women. Although mammogram screenings have lowered the number of deaths from breast cancer, better screening methods could help determine risk and help prevent the cancer before it develops, according to the study researchers.
By Tristan Horrom|2021-09-01T09:47:12-04:00September 7th, 2021|Research|Comments Off on MVP study shows effectiveness of genetic screening tool for breast cancer risk
Tawana Bridges, Susan Rutland, Otis White, Patsy Shipman-Knight and Nelda Hanson are all Veterans and patients at VA North Texas Health Care System. All five spent decades of service in uniform. And all five are breast cancer survivors.