NEW YORK -- A recent study found more young women are developing breast cancer.
Women under 40 often get conflicting advice about prevention, and they face unique challenges once diagnosed.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so we spoke with Dr. Donna McNamara and her patient Rachel Bograd to get some answers.
McNamara is the chief of medical gynecologic oncology at Hackensack University Medical Center, and Bograd was diagnosed when she was just 31 years old and pregnant.
We asked them about their advice for other women, especially when it comes to screenings and self-examinations.
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