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Breast Risk Calculator

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1 Www2.le.ac.uk
BRCA1 gives a lifetime risk of breast cancer of 80% and a lifetime risk of ovarian cancer of 40-60%. Prophylactic surgery can be offered to women with known BRCA mutations. This dramatically reduces their chance of breast or ovarian cancer.

2 Www.nwcphp.org
Sasser AC, Rousculp MD, Birnbaum HG, et al. Economic burden of osteoporosis, breast cancer, and cardiovascular disease among postmenopausal women in an employed population. Women's Health Issues 2005; 15(3):97-108.

3 Refugeehealthnetwork.org.au
Use CVD risk calculator cvdcheck.org.au  Ferritin All women and children; men who have risk factors  Vitamin D, also check Ca, PO4 and ALP in children Risk factors such as …

4 Refugeehealthnetwork.org.au
Pg 6 WOMEN’S HEALTH – pregnancy, contraception, breast feeding, cervical and breast screening, female circumcision /cutting and intimate partner violence Pg 7 SEXUAL HEALTH – contraceptives, STI risk factors and symptoms

5 Www.champsonline.org
In categories where the treatment indication is less clear, the Framingham 10-year risk calculator may help providers and patients with decision making. An hsCRP lab test may also be of assistance. Routine treatment with ASA should be recommended after discussion of the potential risks and benefits when CAD risk is assessed to be high and if there are no contraindications for ASA therapy. To ...

6 Www.nmml.org.au
Patient’s Name: <<Patient Demographics:Full Name>> Sex: <<Patient Demographics:Sex>> DOB <<Patient Demographics:DOB>> Age: <<Patient Demographics:Age>> (must be ...

7 Www.vrb.gov.au
This legislation represents a major change to the previous schemes of compensation applicable to members of the Defence Force (the VEA and the Safety, Rehabilitation and …

8 Www.sos.state.co.us
C. Advertisements that indicate that a particular coverage or policy is exclusively for "preferred risks" or a particular segment of the population or that a particular segment of the population is an acceptable risk, when the distinctions are not maintained in the issuance of policies, are prohibited.

9 Dpc.sa.gov.au
These risk factors in turn contribute to various chronic ‘lifestyle’ diseases. Obesity alone has been estimated in 2008 to cause 23.8 per cent of Type 2 diabetes, 21.3 per cent of cardiovascular disease, 24.5 per cent of osteoarthritis and 20.5 per cent of colorectal, breast, uterine and kidney cancers. The burden of Type 2 diabetes is increasing and is expected to become the leading cause ...