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Cancer that starts or is in the breast. This could include breast cancers such as Ductal Carcinoma in Situ, Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, Lobular Carcinoma in Situ, Invasive Lobular Carcinoma, Medullary Carcinoma, or Paget's Disease of the Nipple.
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Rally Your Support With Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelets

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 Paul Scrivano (October 23, 2012)  You may have noticed organizations around the US wearing pink colors in recognition of breast cancer awareness. The NFL for example has their players wearing pink shoes, towels and apparel in honor of this important cause. Now you can show your support for breast cancer awareness and participate by wearing one or more of the cancer awareness bracelets and paraphernalia that helps spread . (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer Treatment And Types

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 Alley James (August 30, 2012)  History of breast cancer is very dreadful. This cancer proved a death sentence for the lady to whom it attacked in past. The unavailability of better treatments led the huge death rates among women with breast cancer. But be thankful to the more developed and prospered research and work in the field of medicine that has made new history for curing breast cancer with increased survival .. (Breast Cancer)

Self breast examination: A tool for early breast cancer detection

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 Alley James (August 13, 2012)  As breast cancer is getting cruel it is advised to every woman that she should be more armed against this disease. A very important and healthy step in defeating this cancer is a monthly self breast check. This monthly examination is very effective in catching any abnormal change earlier. The reason is that when you are looking and feeling your breasts every month then it is not .. (Breast Cancer)

Know What Can Be Harmful With Your Breasts

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 Alley James (July 31, 2012)  Breast cancer is one of the top ten types of cancer in human being and is second most common type found in women. This cancer has been causing harm to women breasts and life as well and is still it is incurable in some stages. At earlier stage or at the beginning of its development this cancer is not at all fatal but if it is there and keep on growing then it is the most lethal disease .. (Breast Cancer)

Regulate Breast Exam To Defeat Breast Cancer At Early Stage

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 Alley James (July 12, 2012)  Since birth human body needs food to grow. Food is essentially important for human body to grow and function in right way. Foods have different types according to their influence on body. Some foods prove very healthful for body and enable it to fight against diseases, and keep body functioning in right manner. At the same time there are some foods which not only weaken our whole body .. (Breast Cancer)

Be Regular In Breast Examination To Defeat Breast Cancer

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 Alley James (June 28, 2012)  Breast examination performed regularly can save your life. Examining breasts regularly helps you in knowing what is normal for you and hence you can help yourself in taking out anything wrong or irregular. Self breast exam is a very effective way in knowing your breasts in more detailed manner. It helps you getting familiar with breasts normal look and feel. This exam is completely at .. (Breast Cancer)

Signs, and Symptoms of Breast Cancer

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 Alley James (April 26, 2012)  Women, and men both have breasts but the differences are there in structure as well as in appearance. This part of the body enhances women beauty, and makes them more appealing for opposite sex so health, and beauty of this part is of core importance for them. There is not a single woman who wants to lose it so every woman fears the most dreadful disease of this part that is breast .. (Breast Cancer)

Types of breast cancer and its solution

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 Alley James (April 18, 2012)  Breast cancer is a disease that is a life time fear for every woman because living as a woman is a risk due to many reasons such as women breasts are different from men. Women have larger breasts made up of different breast tissues which include fatty, connective, and glandular tissues. The complex structure of breasts increases the chances to develop the disease. Men have also the risk . (Breast Cancer)

Natural Breast Cancer Risk Factors

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 Alley James (April 09, 2012)  In the modern world health issues are wide spread due to certain reasons because human beings have become more machine dependent, and they prefer to seek the help of machines for petty jobs. When human beings become passive the body tends to develop more diseases such as breast cancer is one of the most common diseases of women population, however many studies have been conducted to .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer Pre-Clinical Research

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 Adelyn Perillo (April 06, 2012)  A woman is in a clothing store fitting room trying on a dress. She feels a lump on her breast. She gets nervous. All these questions start racing through her head. “Do I have breast cancer? What should I do? What should I have done to avoid this?” If this woman is you, you are not alone. 1 in 10 women are estimated to have breast cancer. There are also two types of breast .. (Breast Cancer)

What Is The Need Of Breast Awareness?

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 Alley James (March 26, 2012)  Women regardless of their age should be vigilant about breast health as they are at increased risk to be affected by the most common disease of women world breast cancer so they are required to be breast aware since their young age as this disease can attack women of any age anytime so it’s better for women to get knowledge about their breasts earlier in life as it is the duty of .. (Breast Cancer)

Is It Possible To Prevent Breast Cancer?

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 Alley James (March 12, 2012)  Breast cancer is the result of many things such as genetics factors and heredity is of core importance in the development of breast cancer, although more frequently it occurs in women but men can also get affected of it but the risk is lower for them. There are a lot of surveys and researches which have been conducted to find out the way to prevent breast cancer, but unfortunately there . (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer Awareness Helps Taking Good Care Of Breast

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 Alley James (February 29, 2012)  Breast cancer awareness is one of the most crucial things for women of the present world as breast cancer has become one of the leading causes to kill a number of women each year. It is just the understanding of breasts so that abnormal changes can be detected as they take place otherwise they can become the reason of serious health issues. As breast cancer affects the women in every .. (Breast Cancer)

Self Breast Exam – The Power of Women to Detect Abnormal Changes

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 Alley James (February 21, 2012)  Women around the globe encounter breast cancer at some stage of life as they are at life time risk of developing cancer at times due to the risk factors or without having any risk factor because in most of the cases women get affected by this disease without any significant reason so they must take care of their breasts more than men as their breast structure is different from men so .. (Breast Cancer)

Get Knowledge of Breast Cancer Symptoms to catch them

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 Alley James (January 31, 2012)  Women world is facing a common problem that is not resolved by any power of the world completely and a large number of women are being victimized by this health issue each year. As this health issue affects a woman it spreads at fast pace and finishes the life not in years but in months. You must have understood now that I am talking about breast cancer. This common type of cancer not .. (Breast Cancer)

Smartness in Early Detection Beats Breast Cancer

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 Keith Bussey (September 28, 2011)  Often there are no outward signs of breast cancer that you can see or feel. If there are outward signs, the more common ones include a lump, an area of thickening, or a dimple in the breast. Less common signs include breast swelling and redness or an enlarged underarm lymph node. However, even if you have one or more of these signs, it still doesn't mean you have breast cancer. .. (Breast Cancer)

Fortis Lisa Ray “Spirit of Life award” – honouring the most inspiring cancer braveheart

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 Sathish Kumar (September 23, 2011)  In a unique event organized by Fortis Cancer Institute, International star and cancer conqueror Lisa Ray today honoured Dr Mary Francis with “Fortis Spirit of Life Award” for her courages battle against breast cancer. This initiative translates Fortis’ commitment towards creating a system of offering comprehensive care beyond medical treatment. Commenting on the .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - How To Succeed

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 Peter Radford (September 09, 2011)  Breast Cancer - The World View When a group of cells display uninhibited growth, which refers to division beyond the normal limits, this phenomenon is commonly referred to as cancer. Other characteristics include an attack and destruction of surrounding tissues, and the spread to other locations in the body via lymph or blood, which is known as metastasis. These malignant, which refers . (Breast Cancer)

Celebrities ‘wrap-up’ the smart pink passion for Breast Cancer Campaign

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 Khairaj Kor (October 22, 2010)  A whole host of famous names have joined forces to raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign, by creating a life-size patchwork smart car to mark the launch of the limited edition smart fortwo pink passion. The patchwork smart is made entirely of fabric donated by celebrities and will be auctioned-off with all proceeds going to Breast Cancer Campaign. smart will also donate £10,000 .. (Breast Cancer)

Facts You Should Know About Breast Cancer

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 Brent Cullen (October 20, 2010)  Do you know that breast cancer is the leading cause of death among women? It is a type of cancer that originates in the cells of the breast. It ranks second and is the most common type of cancer found in women after lung cancer. The odds of a woman contacting breast cancer are twice that of colon rectal or cervical cancer and about three times that of lung cancer. The good news is that .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer, What do you need to Know?

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 Mohamed Ahmed Sherif (June 28, 2010)  Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer affecting women all over the world. Statistics say that in the United States, for instance, one in every five women is going to develop breast cancer during her life time. The disease usually starts to develop at the age of 50 years and above. However, Breast cancer shows high cure rates and overall survival rates when detected .. (Breast Cancer)

Marker that Indicates Breast Cancer Recurrence

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 Alex White (January 06, 2010)  One of the most significant concerns of breast cancer patients is the rate at which the cancer is likely to spread. If the rate and aggressiveness with which the cancer will spread cab be determined, the aggressiveness of the chemo treatment can also be determined. Patients with a type of cancer that is less likely to spread need not be treated as aggressively as the ones with cancer .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - How To Succeed 5

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 Peter Radford (January 01, 2010)  Epidemiology Continued Even though numerous epidemiological risk factors have been fully documented, it is still evident that the formation of many specific breast cancers has not been determined. Accordingly, epidemiological research derives the manner in which breast cancer manifests itself within a particular population, but it is unable to identify the characteristics relevant to an . (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - How To Succeed 4

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 Peter Radford (December 28, 2009)  Epidemiology This is the study of the various factors that affect not only the health, but also the incidence of illness in a population. In the study of diseases that not only spread within a population, but also those that do not, the role of an epidemiologist ranges from investigation into outbreaks to study design, collect data and analysis. A further important role is the study of .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - How To Succeed 3

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 Peter Radford (December 27, 2009)  Classification The accepted form of Breast Cancer classification divides all the different forms of breast cancer into four distinct groups, viz. pathology, the particular grade of the tumour, the expression (by which information from a gene is used in the synthesis of a gene product, such as a protein) of proteins and genes, and the stage at which the tumour has reached. Each of these .. (Breast Cancer)

Exercise Fights Breast Cancer

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 Peter Stockwell (September 06, 2009)  As we get older we need to consider ways of decreasing disease brought about by lifestyle choices. Breast cancer is a devastating illness for a woman and her family. Any possible way of avoiding it should be examined. The risk of breast cancer increases with age. A woman of 60 years old is about 7 times more likely to contract breast cancer in the next ten years than a woman of 30. .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - How To Succeed 2

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 Peter Radford (June 28, 2009)  Signs and Symptoms A lump that appears in the breast that feels at variance with the surrounding breast tissue is typically the first symptom or indication of the presence of breast cancer. The prestigious Merck Manual has indicated that, in the vast majority of breast cancer cases, it is the woman herself who first discovers the presence of a lump. The first medical indication of .. (Breast Cancer)

New Moms - Think about ways in which you care for your baby.

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 Zeus Obama (February 16, 2009)  During the first month of your baby's life, you and your baby will spend a lot of time getting to know each other. While your baby will spend most of the time sleeping, you will be learning the best ways to meet your baby's needs. Being a parent is important, but what should you do to take care of yourself? Think about ways in which you care for your baby. - You want your baby to be .. (Breast Cancer)

Low Fat Diet and Breast Cancer Prevention - Why the Proof is Elusive

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 Mai Brooks M.D. (January 13, 2009)  In 2006, results from the world's largest low fat diet project were published (see reference at end). This was a US government-funded study of 48,835 postmenopausal women in a multicenter prospective, randomized clinical trial known as the “Women's Health Initiative Randomized Controlled Dietary Modification Trial. " The study was conducted from 1993 to 2005 at 40 centers around .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - How Often Should You Do a Self-Exam?

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 James S. Pendergraft (January 12, 2009)  One of the most prominent cases of cancer in women, which we hear today, is breast cancer. Cases of breast cancer have increased at an alarming rate and therefore, it is very important that we know the exact signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Women are the worst victims of this breast cancer, but men are also reported to suffer from this deadly disease. Breast cancer can be cured in .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer Prevention - How to Get Ready For Your Mammogram

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 James S. Pendergraft (January 12, 2009)  A mammogram is one of the safest ways that is used to check if there is any problem with the breast of a woman. It is actually an x-ray of the breasts, as it involves in using a special and very low dose x-ray machine taking pictures of both breasts. Effective Method of Preventing Cancer Mammogram is an effective way of breast cancer prevention, as it is the most reliable procedure to .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - What is an ''Early Stage'' Breast Cancer?

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 James S. Pendergraft (January 12, 2009)  An “Early Stage" breast cancer is sometimes referred as Stage 1 breast cancer. In such cases, the affected region is less than 2-2.5 centimetres in diameter. However, cancer does not spread inside the tissue of the breast. In fact, among all the women detected for breast cancer in the U. S, 63% of them suffer from “Early Stage" Breast Cancer, as it is still localized to the .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer Worries

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 Marlon Dirk (January 11, 2009)  Breast cancer is a scary and frightening condition to have to face. There is no real way to avoid it and there is only a slight chance of reducing the risk of getting breast cancer later in life. Women are advised to go for regular checkups with the doctor for proper screenings and check their breast themselves. This means that if you do have the unfortunate chance of getting breast .. (Breast Cancer)

The Importance of a Mammogram in Breast Cancer Detection

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 Wayne Hemrick (January 09, 2009)  Every woman out there over the age of 40 should take time from their busy schedules to call about a mammogram. It is that important. This doesn't mean you should also skip performing self-examinations, too. If you find a lump or mass, never wait for your yearly test and get one right away under a mammography workstation. A recent study has shown only around 10% of women who have found .. (Breast Cancer)

What Christina Applegate Knows About Breast Cancer

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 Deborah King (January 09, 2009)  Times have changed. Back in the dark ages, not that many decades ago, breast cancer was a secret shame, and often a death sentence. Women hid the diagnosis, and were helpless victims of a medical system that hadn't spent a lot of time or money dealing with the disease. Having cancer was bad enough; the fact that it usually required the loss of one if not both of the woman's breasts, the . (Breast Cancer)

What You Ought to Know About Alternative Treatments For Breast Cancer

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 Tracy S Hill (January 08, 2009)  Today, many cancer patients are aware of the option to use alternative treatments, for their cancer disease. However, when trying to learn what is the story behind alternative treatments, in order to make an educated choice in the matter, one comes across so many different treatment options and treatment theories, that it is almost inevitable to get confused. So here is a little .. (Breast Cancer)

Spontaneous Breast Cancer Remission

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 Kirsten Whittaker (January 08, 2009)  Though many woman dread that yearly mammogram, we've all heard often enough that early detection of breast cancer saves lives. . . finding lumps when they're too small to feel and before they get a chance to grow and spread gives you the best chance for a cure. Or does it? A recent study of mammography screening for breast cancer found that some invasive cancers might spontaneously .. (Breast Cancer)

What You Need to Know About Cancer of the Breast

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 Raymond Edeh (January 07, 2009)  Breast cancer or cancer of the breast is characteristically a lump in the breast. This disease affects both man and women. But it affects more women than men because of the sexual and reproductive nature of women. It is the second most common type of cancer worldwide after lung cancer. It is usually marked by changes in breast size or shape and nipple inversion. Research shows that .. (Breast Cancer)

Information to Cure Breast Cancer Through Lifestyle Changes

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 Alan Wighton (January 07, 2009)  If you can cure breast cancer through lifestyle changes, why is it we have those 3 awful treatments that are in place today for the problem? That is called “The Politics of Cancer". Breast cancer and all other cancers, when first diagnosed most definitely can be cured by a change in lifestyle but don't expect it to be endorsed by our mainstream medicine - there is no profit in it. . (Breast Cancer)

Digital Mammography For Breast Cancer of High Risk Women

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 Wayne Hemrick (January 07, 2009)  Breast cancer isn't something women should take lightly. Leading health experts recommend women over the age of 40 to be screened for breast cancer every one to two years. Women at a higher risk for breast cancer, such as family history of breast cancer, shouldn't hesitate and schedule an appointment with a mammography viewer. These women are more likely to benefit from one than those .. (Breast Cancer)

How is the Stage of a Breast Cancer Based?

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  Cancer stage is established on the size of the tumor, whether the cancer is invasive or non-invasive, whether lymph nodes are engaged, and whether the cancer has extended away from the breast. A staging system is a standardized method for the cancer attention team to sum up information in relation to how far a cancer has extended. The most general system utilized to illustrate the .. (Breast Cancer)

Detecting the Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  A survey puts forward that lots of women are confused regarding the signs of breast cancer. Identifying the signs and symptoms of breast cancer might assist save your life. When the disease is found early, you possess more medication alternatives and a better prospect for a cure. Breast cancer is amongst the foremost killers of women all over the world. That's the cause it is very .. (Breast Cancer)

The Effectiveness of Breast Cancer Screening

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  In women with a high hereditary risk of breast cancer, screening tests of MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) breast scans have demonstrated that MRI is more sensitive than mammography for discovering breast tumors. It is widespread for MRI breast scan outcomes to come out abnormal although no cancer existing. Some screening analyses of breast MRI in women at high hereditary risk are .. (Breast Cancer)

Selecting Products For Breast Cancer

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  Breast cancer is the most widespread cancer-related death amongst women in nearly the entire Western world and the foremost cause of death for women under 50. It beats roughly 182,000 women in the U. S. every year and slays 46,000. To consume dairy products is connected to an augmented danger for breast cancer since dairy products are high in fat, animal protein, and hormones, every of .. (Breast Cancer)

Choosing the Best Medication For Breast Cancer

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  Once you've been identified with breast cancer, your doctor may set down a certain drug medication. You might have chemotherapy and you might get medication for years following you've ended treatment. Each person is dissimilar; therefore your medication will be adapted to your necessaries. The medication tamoxifen, best recognized as a medication for breast cancer, considerably lessens . (Breast Cancer)

The Diet and Lifestyle For Breast Cancer

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  Approximately 200,000 American women will be detected with breast cancer this year. At present, the life span weird are one in seven. However latest examination in nutritional medicine has showed that converting your diet could decrease your danger by up to 80%. At the same time as diet and lifestyle have been related with the danger of getting breast cancer, not much is recognized .. (Breast Cancer)

You Need to Wear a Breast Cancer Bracelet

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  The only intention of pink breast cancer bracelets is to illustrate consideration to the problem of breast cancer and assist fund the pursuit for potential breast cancer treatments. Accordingly, if you possess an attention in breast cancer, you ought to own a pink breast cancer bracelet. Red bracelets might illustrate support for HIV/AIDS investigation or bring up consciousness of .. (Breast Cancer)

Make Better Quality of Life After Breast Cancer Treatment

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 Mc Ezzia (January 04, 2009)  Life after breast cancer indicates returning to a number of common things and making many new options as well. After a lengthy of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment that might last six months to a year, you could barely wait to retrieve to a common life once more. But the day of your last radiation treatment or chemotherapy infusion doesn't indicate the ending of your journey with .. (Breast Cancer)

What You May Not Know About Breast Cancer

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 William W. James (January 01, 2009)  Breast cancer is an abnormal growth and sprawl of this tissue cells. The breast is made up of a number of mammary glands, which produce milk after giving birth, and those who are called lobes and lobules. The lobes are connected by pipes, ducts breast, which are the leading milk to the nipple, during lactation, to feed the baby. Glands (or lobes) and the ducts are involved in breast .. (Breast Cancer)

Breast Cancer - Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

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 Abdulmubeen Mundewadi (December 29, 2008)  Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women with the exception of non-melanoma skin cancer. It is the second leading cause of death by cancer in women followed only by lung cancer. Breast cancer is comprised mainly of ductal cancer and lobular cancer. Age, a personal history, and a family history, are important risk factors for this disease. Environmental factors too may .. (Breast Cancer)




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