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As researchers learn more about the genetics of breast cancer, doctors can diagnose and treat patients based on their specific needs. Around 13 percent of women in this country will develop breast cancer. Out of that group, around 5 percent have a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation. Knowing your family history is the first step in the detection of breast cancer.
Experts have made enormous progress in the fight against breast cancer with hopeful news on how to treat the condition, find it at an earlier (and more beatable) stage and even from getting it in the first place. Dr. Holly Pederson, medical breast specialist at Cleveland Clinic comments.
More women than ever before are winning the fight against breast cancer, thanks to dramatic improvements in early detection and treatment - some of which are happening right here at Cleveland Clinic.
After 11 years, a possible new breast cancer vaccine moves to clinical trials. Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Vincent Tuohy comments on his dream to help better protect women from the disease.
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