Published: June 4, 2013 | By Vancouver Sun Podcasts
Posted in: Medicine Matters
Angelina Jolie’s revelation recently that she has a genetic mutation and had her breasts removed to prevent cancer has everyone thinking about cancer prevention strategies.
A BC innovation now being adopted around the world involves removal of the tiny fallopian tubes to prevent ovarian cancer.
Dr. Dianne Miller, a renowned Vancouver gynecologic oncologist, talks with medical reporter Pamela Fayerman about the procedure to help women decide if it’s an option to consider.
READ PAMELA FAYERMAN’S REPORT ON OVARIAN CANCER PREVENTION:
Lauren Holly is best known for her roles in Dumb & Dumber, Picket Fences, and on CTV crime drama Motive, where she plays lead medical examiner Betty Rogers. But Holly is also a seasoned fashion designer, and her latest collaboration with Le Chateau is called Lauren’s Closet. […]
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