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    Breast Cancer Prevention

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    My narrow topic is prevention of breast cancer. Breast cancer is a public health problem in our community. It is responsible for the mortality of women with its incidence still on the increase. Breast cancer prevention are strategies used to reduce the risk of developing breast cancer. Some of these strategies include the use of chemotherapy, exercise, modification of dietary intake and the education of the community about breast cancer, its risk and prevention. The health and life expectancy of women will be improved if these strategies are cultivated and propagated. This review has the aim of summarizing the intervention strategies and prevention of breast cancer which will help reduce further prevalence and incidence of breast cancer.…

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    Effects Of Breast Cancer

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    Introduction Breast cancer is the abnormal growing of cells within the breast tissues. It has been identified to be number two killer of all cancer demises among women. The first common sign that can lead to cancer diagnosis is the presence of a breast lump. Breast cancer is more common in women than men are, but they also need to realize that they can also be diagnosed with breast cancer. Fibro adenoma has been identified as the most prevalent form of benign breast tumor, while Invasive Ductal…

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    Breast Cancer Essay

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    50% of all premature deaths in Mecklenburg County. Theses chronic diseases are cancer, diabetes, heart diseases, and stroke. They are tied to several modifiable risk factors such as smoking, poor nutrition, and physical inactivity. In a 2016 Community Health Assessment by Mecklenburg County, residents ranked breast cancer as a leading cause among women as a public health concern. Breast cancer is the second most common diagnosed cancer among women in the United States, following skin cancer.…

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    Breast Cancer In Women

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    Breast cancer usually starts off in the inner lining of milk ducts or the lobules that supply them with milk. A malignant tumor can spread to other parts of the body. A breast cancer that started off in the lobules is known as lobular carcinoma, while one that developed from the ducts is called ductal carcinoma.The vast majority of breast cancer cases occur in females. This article focuses on breast cancer in women. We also have an article about male breast cancer.Breast cancer is the most…

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    Breast Cancer Essay

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    she found out she had breast cancer. She went to a doctor for a regular check up, then it turned into tons of tests and operations. If Anne found out she had breast cancer earlier before it became too serious, she would most likely be alive today. It is important to know about breast cancer, including the types, symptoms, causes, and treatment.…

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    Breast Cancer Experience

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    This is only the sixth year of the hunt and I hope with time it gains more popularity. Even though we had a lot of fun, the main focus was to bring awareness to Inflammatory Breast Cancer, which is a very rare form of breast cancer that a lot of times go undetected because there are no real symptoms. A lot of women are initially told everything is fine because Inflammatory Breast Cancer does not show up on breast ultrasounds or mammograms. Being that I work in the imaging department at The Ohio…

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    Breast Cancer Awareness

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    kinds of cancer. Cancer is a type of disease. Specifically, breast cancer is the top cancer in women both in the developed and developing world, which is increasing in the developing world due to the increase life expectancy, increase urbanization and adoption of western lifestyles. (WHO:20216) In the United States, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, allowing breast cancer to be responsible for 40,000 deaths each year. (National Breast Cancer Foundation:2016)…

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    Essay On Breast Cancer

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    Breast Cancer Breast cancer is defined as the uncontrolled duplication of abnormal cells in the breast tissue. This duplication often takes place in the lining of the milk ducts or milk glands which leads to the formation of a tumor in the breast which can later spread to other parts of the body. Breast cancer can be either invasive or noninvasive, but in most cases, invasive. Invasive means that the cancerous cells grow into other, healthy tissues and spread the disease. Noninvasive means…

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    Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide for women in 140 out of 184 countries. Breast cancer rates have continued to rise over the years with the current statistic stating one out of every eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. It is the second leading cause of cancer death among women.1 Since 1990, there has been a decline in the death rates from breast cancer due to improved screening, early detection, increased awareness, and continually improving…

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    cure for some diseases such as cancer. Cancer refers to the abnormal and uncontrolled growth of cells in the human body. They lead to the growth of tumors which then infiltrate other neighboring tissues and organs. The cancerous cells are dangerous because of the manner in which they lead to the attacking of other tissues in the body. There are different types of cancer affecting the human body. All the types of cancer are dangerous and claim millions of lives. In the United States alone, cancer…

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