Reprogramming Breast Cancer Risk in Utero via Endocrine Disruptor and Dietary Fat Interaction

5/1/2013; 21 minutes

Shuk-mei Ho, Director of the Center for Environmental Genetics at the University of Cincinnati, is internationally recognized for her expertise in the role of hormones and endocrine disruptors on disease development. She explores breast cancer risk in utero. She explores studies that suggest prenatal exposure to BPA and the HFB displayed complex interaction to affect mammary gland development, DMBA-susceptible window, tumor incidence and tumor growth in a complex, non-monotonic manner. (#25018)

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