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    Default Breast Cancer Prevention

    The following are steps you can take to lower your risk:
    Limit alcohol. The more alcohol you drink, the greater your risk of developing breast cancer. ...
    Don't smoke. ...
    Control your weight. ...
    Be physically active. ...
    Breast-feed. ...
    Limit dose and duration of hormone therapy. ...
    Avoid exposure to radiation and environmental pollution.

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    If someone has more information how to be prevent from breast cancer kindly mention it.


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