• Oct 26, 2015 9:00 pm
  • 14:22 mins

Guest: Charlotte Gard, PhD, Assistant Professor of Applied Statistics at New Mexico State University; Jeffrey Tice, MD, Associate Professor at the UC San Francisco School of Medicine  One in eight U.S. women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in her lifetime.  The challenge in predicting who will be at risk and who won’t, is that family history isn’t all that helpful: About 85% of breast cancer occurs in women with no family history of it. So, the real goal would be to develop a way of calculating a woman’s risk that her breast tissue cells will mutate, regardless of her family history.  Online Risk Calculator  To download an app of the model for iOS

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