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Monday, August 10, 2020

Lissa Poirot

Lissa is an award-winning travel and health writer with bylines on WedMD, Pink Lotus, iVillage, Arthritis Today, Vegetarian Times and more.

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The resounding message: These tests are not accurate enough for consumers to be using without medical oversight.
Here, two mental health professionals who manage breast cancer patients provide some guidance for clinicians unfamiliar with this journey.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a time for providers to remember the intricacies of caring for breast cancer patients, even outside oncology settings.

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