The Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project (LIBCSP) is a multistudy effort to investigate whether environmental factors are responsible for.
Breast cancer remains a disease of considerable public health importance worldwide, with over new cases diagnosed globally each year. Considerable.
Call it common knowledge, suburban legend, or even another breast cancer myth: Long Island breast cancer rates are considerably higher.
“I went every month during treatment,” says Nicole Seaman, a breast cancer survivor from Ronkonkoma. On her first visit they washed her hair.
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