Dr Margaret Wexler
Breast Cancer UK
Dr Margaret Wexler is head of Science at Breast Cancer UK. She has worked for the charity for the past 6 years. Prior to this she spent 15 years conducting research at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, before working as a lecturer in environmental microbiology and microbial biotechnology. Her research focused on genetic studies in symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria, and more recently, wastewater microbiology, including biological nutrient removal and microbial degradation of contaminants. She has an honours degree in Genetics and Microbiology from the University of Melbourne and a PhD in Environmental Microbiology from the University of Adelaide, Australia.
How can we prevent breast cancer?
The seminar will focus on breast cancer prevention and actions that can be taken to reduce breast cancer risk. It will discuss known and suspected risk factors associated with breast cancer development in women, with particular attention given to environmental exposures to endocrine disrupting chemicals.
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