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5 result(s) for 'Parisa Tehranifar' within Breast Cancer Research

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  1. Dense breast notification (DBN) legislation aims to increase a woman’s awareness of her personal breast density and the implications of having dense breasts for breast cancer detection and risk. This informati...

    Authors: Erica J. Lee Argov, Carmen B. Rodriguez, Mariangela Agovino, Ying Wei, Rachel C. Shelton, Rita Kukafka, Karen M. Schmitt, Elise Desperito, Mary Beth Terry and Parisa Tehranifar
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 2022 24:95
  2. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), which are found in air pollution, have carcinogenic and endocrine disrupting properties that might increase breast cancer risk. PAH exposure might be particularly detrim...

    Authors: Rebecca D. Kehm, E. Jane Walter, Sabine Oskar, Melissa L. White, Parisa Tehranifar, Julie B. Herbstman, Frederica Perera, Lothar Lilge, Rachel L. Miller and Mary Beth Terry
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 2022 24:47
  3. Mammographic breast density (MBD) and benign breast disease (BBD) are two of the strongest risk factors for breast cancer. Understanding trends in MBD by age and parity in women with BBD is essential to the cl...

    Authors: Laura L. Reimers, Mandy Goldberg, Parisa Tehranifar, Karin B. Michels, Barbara A. Cohn, Julie D. Flom, Ying Wei, Piera Cirillo and Mary Beth Terry
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 2021 23:49
  4. Well-tolerated and commonly used medications are increasingly assessed for reducing breast cancer risk. These include metformin and statins, both linked to reduced hormone availability and cell proliferation o...

    Authors: Erica J. Lee Argov, Teofilia Acheampong, Mary Beth Terry, Carmen B. Rodriguez, Mariangela Agovino, Ying Wei, Shweta Athilat and Parisa Tehranifar
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 2020 22:99
  5. The long time from exposure to potentially harmful chemicals until breast cancer occurrence poses challenges for designing etiologic studies and for implementing successful prevention programs. Growing evidenc...

    Authors: Mary Beth Terry, Karin B. Michels, Julia Green Brody, Celia Byrne, Shiuan Chen, D. Joseph Jerry, Kristen M. C. Malecki, Mary Beth Martin, Rachel L. Miller, Susan L. Neuhausen, Kami Silk and Amy Trentham-Dietz
    Citation: Breast Cancer Research 2019 21:96

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