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Breast Cancer in Asian American Women: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Prevention

Date & Time

Wednesday, February 27, 2PM/ET


Margaret Chen, MD, FACS Columbia University Blog Talk Radio Channel:

Join us February 27th at 2:00 PM/ET on Columbia Surgery Blog Talk Radio to chat with Margaret Chen, MD, FACS, Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at New-York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center's Clinical Breast Cancer Program. Speak to our expert about breast cancer incidence, risk factors, and prevention methods.

Dr. Chen will focus on how breast cancer affects Asian American women. She will answer your questions live, such as:

  • What happens to an Asian woman's risk when she immigrates to America?
  • What roles do soy and vitamins play in breast cancer prevention?
  • When would be the recommended age to start undergoing mammograms?

To submit a question for Dr. Chen complete the form below or tweet an "@" reply to @columbiasurgery. If you'd like to speak to Dr. Chen live, call 347-539-5189 while we are on the air.

We are sorry, but this Blog Talk Radio show has already occurred. You can listen to an archived copy of this program in the player embedded below this message. Since this a recording, no one is available to answer calls or emails.

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