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A 58-year-old obese G3P3 woman complains of heavy menstrual bleeding for the past few months. Her medical history is significant for type 2 diabetes and hypertension, both of which are medically managed. She has a 15-year smoking history and no history of cancer in her family. Endometrial biopsy is performed and shown in the image. It confirms the diagnosis of a neoplastic process.
Which of these would have most reduced her risk for her current condition?
A. Having no children
B. Late menopause
C. Losing weight
D. Quit smoking earlier
E. Seeking genetic counseling
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