2008 CVM News: Innovative Outreach to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk
2008 CVM News: BCERF provides innovative outreach
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This news item is about: An innovative outreach program using educational videos is now available to inform teens and young women about emerging scientific evidence suggesting the risk of breast cancer may be linked to exposure to environmental estrogens. Cornell University's Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors Program (BCERF) has made the multimedia program available to help explain the strong connection between exposure to estrogen in all forms and breast cancer, what environmental estrogens are and where they are found, and to inform women on what they can do today to help reduce their lifetime exposure.
Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine
Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals.; Snedeker, Suzanne