'understanding the mammography controversy: Science, Politics, and Breast Cancer Screening 'received the highest rating from Booklist. The book is the author of Mother, who died of breast cancer devoted. Madelon Finkel Dr. Madelon Finkel has been involved in epidemiological research and health policy studies for more than two decades. Her research focus on how women's health focuses teenage sexual behavior and hormone replacement therapy. M. Finkel received in epidemiology and health services research at NYU. In addition to her title at Weill Cornell Medical College, Finkelstein also holds the rank of professor of research in medicine at SUNY Stony Brook, and was visiting professor at the School of Public Health, University of Sydney in 2004.
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