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Breast Cancer Awareness: Infographic

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime, with nearly 250,000 new cases expected in 2016. Explore this infographic to learn about breast cancer screening recommendations and lifestyle choices that you or your loved one can make, which might reduce the risk of breast cancer.

Learn more about breast cancer screening, risk factors and treatment. 

Breast cancer awareness infographic

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