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    5 Things Young Women Must Know About Breast Cancer
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Getting breast cancer before 40 is not common, but young women need to hear this advice.

    This year, approximately 10,000 women younger than 40 will be diagnosed with breast cancer. What do they need to know about breast cancer right now? Here's some advice and info straight from Christina Applegate and her doctor, Philomena McAndrew , MD, a medical oncologist with the Tower Hematology/Oncology Group in Los Angeles.

    Dr. McAndrew is also our special guest expert that will be answering YOUR questions. She will be answering on the board sometime after Oct. 15th. So, keep your eyes peeled!

    What other tips would you share with young women? Which of the 5 things do you feel are the most important?
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