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1. Chewing on Ice - Munching on hard, frozen cubes can chip or even crack your teeth.2. Playing Sports With No Mouth Guard - Whether you play football, hockey, or any other contact sport, don't get … more
Great question. Patients, particularly with early stage (stage I-II) estrogen receptor positive breast cancer, have benefited immensely from the testing you describe. Gene expression profiling … more
When experiencing a dental emergency, call the dentist right away so to schedule an appointment as soon as possible. This may mean the same day or the next morning. Until you get to the … more
A: No, using deodorants or antiperspirants does not increase your risk of breast cancer. Claims linking deodorant/antiperspirant use and breast cancer have been around for many years. The theory … more
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