Chromatin Remodeling in the Breast of Parous Women Affects the Window of Susceptibility to Cancer

5/8/2013; 26 minutes

Early pregnancy and multiparity are known to reduce the risk of women to develop breast cancer at menopause. The differentiation of the breast induced by the hormones of pregnancy is thought to play a major role in this protection. Jose Russo, Fox Chase Cancer Center, examines the mechanism mediating the protection of the breast conferred by full term pregnancy. (#25026)

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