Earlier this month the Swedish national television (SVT) visited the Karma study centre and met with professor Per Hall, principal investigator of Karma CREME-1 and other personal at the centre.
Lisa Frimoding, the first included participant in Karma CREME-1 was interviewed and said – “I think it is important to participate in these types of studies, it may truly help those that are affected. And I might be affected in the future, or my daughter, or mother, or sister”.
“Today we are quite good at predicting which women have a high risk of developing breast cancer, based on breast density, family history, and lifestyle factors. If this crème is working, those women willing to have their individual risk assessed should also be offered medications to reduce the risk of developing breast caner”, says Per Hall.
The complete story can be found here (in Swedish only):