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October 2000
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The Multiple Promise of Ductal Lavage

The development of any new procedure that would help detect breast cancer earlier would be exciting. And if that same procedure could detect premalignant breast changes that might be caught before they turned into breast cancer, it would be considered a godsend. And if it could also possibly provide the key to understanding the biologic mechanism of breast cancer, it would be revolutionary.
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Surviving Cancer's Financial Side Effects

According to a recent study, almost half of the more than 1 million U.S. bankruptcy filings within the past year were due at least in part to major medical bills or other financial consequences of illness or injury.
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Other Features

Your Cancer, Your Sexuality, Your Partner

Surviving Cancer...and Your Career

Communicating Cancer to Your Kids

Ultrasound Screening With Dense Breast Tissue

Improving Doctor/Patient Communications

Coping with Complementary Medicine


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