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Breast Cancer Risk Factors - How to Limit Your Exposure
Nearly half of cancer deaths can be attributed to preventable risk factors, according to the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. Mitigating risk factors and keeping current on cancer screenings are particularly important, especially in detecting and treating breast cancer. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.

Join us for a free webinar with Dr. Stacy Krisher, who will take an in-depth look at the genetic and environmental risk factors that may contribute to developing breast cancer. She will highlight factors such as weight gain, physical activity, diet, alcohol and nicotine consumption, and the role they can play in developing breast cancer. She also will discuss the steps women can take to reduce the risk of contracting breast cancer through lifestyle changes, as well as how to address instances where screening may need to be more aggressive for risk factors that can’t be modified.

This presentation is followed by a question and answer period. If you are unable to attend, please continue on to register and we will send you a recording of the presentation.

Oct 6, 2022 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr Stacy Krisher
Dr. Stacy Krisher, a breast cancer surgeon with Redeemer Health in partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, specializes in treatment of diseases of the breast, with an emphasis on surgical treatment of breast cancer. As medical director of our breast health program, she provides advanced care, while ensuring an environment that promotes warm, personal connections with patients to support their healing. In addition to holding board certification in general surgery, she is certified in breast ultrasound and integrative holistic medicine, making breast health and prevention of breast cancer a part of her practice. A Bucks County native, Dr. Krisher returned to the area following her medical residency to help meet a local need for comprehensive breast care.