Male breast cancer is very rare, but it affects many families. Just as with women’s breast cancer, hormone treatments can be the answer.
Janelle Vaesa received her Master of Science degree in Public Health, with a concentration in Health Behavior, from the University of Louisville in 2008, and her Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance, also from the University of Louisville, in 2006. Janelle has eight years of experience in a variety of public health settings, but her expertise lies in the study of infectious diseases, including preventative measures, and emergency preparedness.
Janelle’s time as a certified nursing assistant inspired her to concentrate on the preventative aspect of illnesses, diseases and injuries. She has worked as a Health Educator, where she taught classes on emergency preparedness to people in her community. She also developed curriculum pertaining to infectious diseases for local medical professionals.