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Breast Cancer Prevention: Lifestyle factors that can reduce risk

The Oncotype Test – While Breast Cancer Awareness Month is observed in October, it’s important for women to be thinking year-round about lifestyle factors that might reduce their risk of breast cancer. While there are many factors that can’t be controlled, there also are several important things that women can do for themselves that have been proven to reduce their risk. “Exercise is a definite,” agreed Deena Graham, M.D. of Hackensack Meridian Health. “It’s related to having good muscle mass and being fit.”

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