Managing Fibrocystic Breast Changes and Pain, Perspectives for the Clinician (sponsored)

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May 2015 sponsored supplement: Fibrocystic breast changes (FBC) occur in approximately 50% of women of childbearing age, and some studies indicate that the lifetime prevalence of FBC may be as high as 70% to 90%.

 

Managing Fibrocystic Breast Changes and Pain: Perspectives for the Clinician

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Fibrocystic breast changes (FBC) occur in approximately 50% of women of childbearing age, and some studies indicate that the lifetime prevalence of FBC may be as high as 70% to 90%.

 

 

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