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The Sister Study

Woman by woman, sister by sister, we can make a difference.

 

 

A Study of the Environmental and Genetic Risk Factors for Breast Cancer.

 

Introducing Dr. Alexandra White

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We would like to announce that Dr. Alexandra White joined the Sister Study as a Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator. exit disclaimer Dr. White’s research will focus on identifying environment and lifestyle risk factors for cancer and understanding the biologic mechanisms that allow cancer to develop. She has already worked for three years as a post-doctoral fellow on the Sister Study, publishing research on factors that may influence breast cancer risk, such as alcohol consumption, smoking, physical activity, and obesity. She is particularly excited to expand her research to examine the effects of exposure to toxic metals and air pollution on breast density and breast cancer risk.

 

 


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