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Opportunities for Public Health Co... [J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2013] - PubMed - NCBI

Opportunities for Public Health Co... [J Womens Health (Larchmt). 2013] - PubMed - NCBI

2013 Mar 20. [Epub ahead of print]

Opportunities for Public Health Communication, Intervention, and Future Research on Breast Cancer in Younger Women.


1 Epidemiology and Applied Research Branch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , Atlanta, Georgia .


Abstract Background: Approximately 6% of breast cancers in the United States occur in women under the age of 40 years. Compared with women ≥40 years of age, younger women are diagnosed at later stages, have higher rates of recurrence and death, and may be predisposed to secondary breast or ovarian cancer. An informal meeting of experts discussed opportunities for research and public health communication related to breast cancer among young (<40 18="" 2011="" academic="" activities="" activity="" advocacy="" advocates="" although="" and="" as="" assessment="" at="" be="" behavioral="" breast="" cancer.="" care="" centers="" communication="" community="" conclusion:="" control="" counseling="" detection="" diagnosed="" discussed.="" discussed="" disease="" early="" efforts="" environmental="" ethics="" evidence="" experts="" exposures="" factors="" federal="" fertility="" follow-up="" for="" future="" genetic="" genetics="" health.="" health="" highlighted.="" hosted="" ideas="" in="" including="" initiatives.="" is="" issues="" knowledge="" levels="" limited="" may="" methods:="" nutrition="" of="" on="" oncology="" onset="" opportunities="" or="" organize="" p="" physical="" population.="" premenopausal="" prevention="" preventive="" programmatic="" providers="" psychosocial="" public="" regarding="" related="" reproductive="" research="" researchers="" results:="" reviewed="" risk="" science="" screening="" september="" strategies="" survivorship="" the="" themes="" they="" this="" to="" unique="" useful="" well="" were="" with="" women.="" women="" young="">


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