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Understanding Risk Factors
Fact Sheets

The Understanding Risk Factors collection explores risk factors, what they are, what they mean, how they are interpreted. Topics include:

Note: Fact sheets are available in both text and PDF (Adobe Acrobat) versions. Text versions may not include all the tables and figures and may have slightly different formatting. If you want an exact copy of the original fact sheet, choose the PDF version. (To read PDF files, get the free Acrobat Reader.)

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No. 05

Biology of Breast Cancer

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No. 42

Body Type: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 43

Breast Cancer in Men

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No. 03

Breast Cancer Rates

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No. 29

Breast-feeding: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 08

Childhood Events: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 44

Diet/Lifestyle: Breast Cancer Survival

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No. 09

Estrogen: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 19

Exercise: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 48

Family History: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 40

Hormone Treatment: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 47

Racial/Ethnic Groups: Breast Cancer

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No. 52

Radiation: Breast Cancer Risk

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No. 06

Tumor Suppressor Genes

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Bio & Environmental Monitoring
Breast Cancer: Basics
Breast Cancer: Biology
Chemicals
Chemicals in Food and Water
Diet
Endocrine Disruption

Genetics/Inheritance
Lifestyle
Pesticides
Pesticides: Reducing Exposure
Radiation
Survival