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Dr. Anne Forrest
Women's Studies
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1. What is breast health?
www.promina.org/breast/breast02.asp

2. Can early detection improve one’s chance for a breast cancer cure?
www.cancercare.on.ca/obsp/english.htm

3. How often should a woman perform a breast self-examination & what is the proper way to perform a breast self-examination?
www.breastdoctor.com/breast/exam.htm

4. How often should a woman have a clinical breast examination performed by a health care professional?
www.promina.org/breast/breast04.asp

5. At what age should a woman begin having a mammogram?
www.cancercare.on.ca/obsp/mammographyoct2000.html

6. Is it sufficient to only perform a breast self-examination?
www.cancercare.on.ca/obsp/english.htm

7. What are the risk factors associated with breast cancer?
www.promina.org/breast/breast03.asp

8. At what age should parents begin teaching female children about breast self-examinations?
www.promina.org/breast/breast05.asp

9. Isn’t breast cancer only a female disease?
www.feminist.org/other/bc/bcmyths.html

10. What are the early warning signs of breast cancer?
www.promina.org/breast/breast03.asp

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