New Tools Help Doctors Estimate a Patient’s Risk of Cancer — Lu Parker Reports

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Over the years, medical researchers have constantly evolved new tools that can help doctors estimate a woman’s own cancer risk. The goal? To increase survival while decreasing cost and complications.
Lu Parker reports from the newsroom for the KTLA News at 10 on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013.

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