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The New Science of Breast Cancer

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October is breast cancer awareness month. Dr. Margaret Terhar is a breast surgeon at Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada (CCCN) and Medical Director of The Breast Center at Sunrise Hospital. She joins Nevada Health to talk about the new science of breast cancer—what we now know about the disease, and what we’d still like to know.

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    The New Science of Breast Cancer Dave Nourse

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