Breast Cancer Risk Exam

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Uploaded on February 12, 2009 by videomaster07 - Early detection is key in fighting breast cancer. The new HALO exam uses a device that aspirates fluid from the nipple. The adjustable cups are fitted to a woman's breasts. The system applies warmth, suction and massage, bringing fluid to the surface of the nipple. A normal result is either no fluid aspirated or the fluid is without atypical cells. If cells are atypical, there is a 4 to 5 times increased chance of developing breast cancer. HALO is not designed to diagnose. It is a risk assessment tool. Halo can help women to assess their breast cancer risk level early. Learn more at

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