New York Daily News - "Guarding Against Breast Cancer; Screening And Early Detection Play Big Roles In Patients' Survival"
One in eight American women who live to the age of 80 will get breast cancer. Just under 2,000 men were diagnosed last year — that's less than one percent of cases — and nearly 400 died. "Everybody knows someone who has breast cancer, which is when the cells of the breast grow in a fast and uncontrolled fashion," says Dr. Laurie Margolies from The Mount Sinai Medical Center. Learn more.