Daily Choices Can Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk
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Published on October 04, 2018

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Daily Choices Can Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk

The majority of breast cancers aren’t hereditary, which means your overall lifestyle can affect your breast cancer risk. One thing never changes: regular mammograms are key to early detection. If you are at higher risk, or want to learn more about screening and prevention, go to Avera.org/breast.

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