New York Daily News - "Guarding Against Breast Cancer; Screening And Early Detection Play Big Roles In Patients' Survival"

 – October 5, 2011 /Press Release/  –– 

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.