Demystifying Medicine Video



Did you know that breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women? This video provides information about breast anatomy as well as pathophysiology, stages, signs and measures to prevent breast cancer. Its goal is not only to improve understanding of the disease but also to show what women can do to monitor their own health.

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