Christine Dauphine

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

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Breast surgeon and professor of surgery at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, an LA County hospital that serves Los Angeles’ underserved population

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Breast cancer kills 41,000 American women every year, but hundreds of thousands survive — largely because of early diagnosis. One big question is, how early?

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Breast cancer kills 41,000 American women every year, but hundreds of thousands survive — largely because of early diagnosis. One big question is, how early?

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