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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Recently we spoke with breast specialist Dr. Katherine Cyran from Columbus, Ohio, about everything from soy and breast cancer, to what breast pain means, and when family history is really something about which to be concerned. Tune in to learn which risk factors are really worth focusing on, and which you can throw out the window (hint: Gina might still be considering breast implants after this episode).
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Dr Cyran’s e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Comprehensive Cancer Network
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Gina’s Fave New Recipe: Butternut Squash Lasagna! I use this recipe from All Recipes and instead of lasagna noodles I use par-baked, thinly slided (1/2 inch or so) butternut squash.