Prevention and Risk Reduction: ending the danger of breast cancer: Active lifestyle modification

Research exploring methods to prevent breast cancer or reduce risk, including elimination of external causative factors and the identification of surrogate markers for use in prevention trials are encouraged. Examples include nutritional factors, xenoestr


Circuit Training to Lower Breast Cancer Risk in Latina Teens 2007 (Cycle 13)
  University of Southern California   $244,374
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Genetic and Environmental Modifiers of Breast Cancer Risk 2000 (Cycle VI)
  University of California, Irvine   $287,979
  Award Type: RFA
 
Mammographic Density, HRT and Hormonal Activity Genes 2000 (Cycle VI)
  University of Southern California   $708,225
  Award Type: RFA
 
Exercise, Hormones and Breast Cancer Prevention 1999 (Cycle V)
  University of Southern California   $142,451
  Award Type: IDEA
 
Diet & Breast Cancer in the California Teachers Study Cohort 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Cancer Prevention Institute of California   $149,094
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Epidemiology of Physical Activity and Ovarian Function 1998 (Cycle IV)
  Kaiser Foundation Research Institute   $0
  Award Type: IDEAS II
 
Physical Activity: Impact on Hormones and Breast Cancer Risk 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of Southern California   $60,023
  Award Type: Postdoctoral Fellowship
 
Exercise and the Prevention of Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
  University of Southern California   $367,464
  Award Type: New Investigator