Employee counseling with respect to lifestyles, life events, and breast cancer risks.

  • Jeremy Fernsler
  • Published 1989 in
    AAOHN journal : official journal of the American…

Abstract

1. All women should be considered at risk for breast cancer, because about 75% of the cases occur in women who are not considered high risk, or in whom no cause is identified. 2. Risk is a function of unalterable genetic and constitutional factors that are modified by lifestyle, life events, and environmental factors. 3. Knowledge about factors that… (More)

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