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The Ultimate Women's Breast Book

Summary: Dr. Susan Love is one of America's most trusted authorities on breast cancer.
Air Date: 10/17/15
Duration: 60
Host: Michael Roizen, MD
Guest Bio: Susan M. Love, MD
love cvo headshot 0Susan M. Love, MD, MBA, has dedicated her professional life to the eradication of breast cancer. What began as a career in the 1970’s quickly turned into a mission, and as chief visionary officer of Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation (DSLRF), Dr. Love oversees an active research program centered on breast cancer cause and prevention.

Dr. Love has always been a pioneer and entrepreneur. Her reputation as an activist comes from her role as one of the “founding mothers” of the breast cancer advocacy movement in the early 1990’s, as one of the founders of the National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC). President Clinton appointed Dr. Love to the National Cancer Advisory Board, on which she served from 1998-2004.Susan M. Love, MD, MBA, is Clinical Professor of Surgery at UCLA and President and Medical Director of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation. A founder of the National Breast Cancer Coalition, she was appointed to the National Cancer Advisory Board by President Clinton.
  • Book Title: Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/dslrf
  • Guest Twitter Account: @DrLoveResearch
The Ultimate Women's Breast Book
Dr. Susan Love is one of America's most trusted authorities on breast cancer.

Her easy-to-read resource, Dr. Susan Love's Breast Cancer Book, describes the latest in prevention, detection and treatment in a way that everyone can understand.

For the past 20 years, it has been the go-to source that has helped women and their families answer nearly every possible question about breast cancer and find the best options for their situations.

Dr. Love shares info on the revised sixth edition, which explains the exciting advances in targeted treatments, safer chemotherapy, new types of surgeries, and more.


Bonus!
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