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New Study Could Alter Approach to Breast Cancer Prevention

A new research study at Scripps Health could potentially pave the way for a more individualized approach to women’s breast cancer screenings, making each person’s genetic makeup a key factor in guiding how often they get tested.


A PINK study participant and a Scripps Genomic Medicine researcher are interviewed in this 10 News segment: