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PCLS could be a new model for premalignancy and chemoprevention research, and this work evaluates the model with tissue from prevention-relevant genetic and carcinogen exposed in vivo mouse models, in addition to evaluating chemoprevention agents.

Epidemiologic studies on the association between psychosocial stress and breast cancer risk remain inconsistent, while investigation of whether the association differs by ER status is limited. In this prospective cohort of postmenopausal women, high experiences of stressful life events were positively associated with ER-negative disease but not ER-positive.

This study is the first to quantify genetic associations with smoking relapse among female smokers throughout adulthood. These findings could inform precision medicine approaches to improve long-term smoking relapse prevention to reduce smoking attributable cancer morbidity and mortality.

In this prospective population-based cohort study, we show the improved performance of a new risk assessment model compared with a gold-standard model (BCRAT). The classification of at-risk women using this new model highlights the opportunity to improve risk stratification and implement existing clinical risk-reduction interventions.

On the basis of four prospective studies in the United States, we developed and externally validated a simple risk prediction model for high-risk SPs in the setting of colonoscopy screening. Our model showed moderate discriminatory accuracy and has potential utility for individualized risk assessment, healthy lifestyle recommendations, and tailored colorectal cancer prevention.

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