National Breast Cancer Coalition

June 2012 LEADcast

Date: Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Can Breast Cancer Happen All At Once: Considering Alternatives to the Step-Wise Model of Breast Cancer

 

Dr. Victoria Seewaldt, MD, Director of the Breast Cancer Prevention Program at Duke University's Women's Wellness Clinic, will present a webinar examining the step-wise model of cancer, which assumes that cancer is the result of many mutations that occur one after another.  There is now emerging evidence that not all cancers arise step-wise.  It is proposed that most cancers progress from normal to hyperplasia to atypia to ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) to invasive cancers, however, many triple-negative breast cancers do not appear to have surrounding DCIS.  In this webinar alternatives to the step-wise model will be considered.

 

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Last day to RSVP was June 12, 2012.

 

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