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Environment and Breast Cancer: Teaching Tools for Change
April 4, 2002 1:00 - 3:00pm eastern time
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This conference is for educators working with women, families and
*Understand connections between health and environment
*Be physically active
*Limit exposure to environmental chemicals
*Integrate breast cancer risk reduction education into health screening.
Environment and Breast Cancer: An Emerging Science
-Dr. Suzanne Snedeker, Cornell University
Adolescence: A Critical Life Period for Breast Cancer Risk
-Dr. Barbour Warren, Cornell University
The Importance of Intergenerational Influences on Health Behavior
-Dr. Elaine Wethington, Cornell University
A Tool Kit for Breast Cancer Risk Reduction
-Dr. Carol Devine, Cornell University
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