Sounds good to me.
Keep in mind, that 1 out of 10 females will get it, making it one of the highest cancer rates around. The average age of diagnosis, according to Robbins pathology text is 64!
While any breakthrogh in research is welcome, prevention is the way to go, and there are ways of atleast decreasing the risk factors.
Checking for lumps, and balanced eating habits is a good start, and it never too early to get a free mamogram.