Dr. Chris Kahlenborn and Dr. Joel Brind
Almost everyone has a mother or sister, an aunt or a friend who has had breast cancer. Perhaps you yourself have battled this disease in the past or have been recently diagnosed.
Breast cancer is the most common cause of cancer death in American women ages 20 to 59, and, in the United States, nearly 1 out of every 8 women will develope breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. Throughout the world, the rate of breast cancer has been steadlily increasing over the last four decades and its rate has increased even faster in more developed countries.
What is causing this increase? Are there factors that have been previously overlooked? What are new studies revealing? Our guests on this program provide us with answers to these questions and share with us some astonishing research about the connection of breast cancer, abortion, and the birth control pill.