Early Detection

breast cancer cells

Breast cancer cells can be found in the breast tissue, lymph nodes, or ducts in the breast. In the early stages of the disease, breast cancer cells can be very difficult to detect because they have not yet formed lumps or masses. In later stages of the disease, however, they can become metastatic and travel to other parts of the body, which is often much more difficult to treat.

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breast cancer screening

Performing monthly self-exams is an important way to catch breast cancer before it develops a condition that could affect other parts of your body. Regular breast cancer screening can help you identify breast cancer in its early stages before you even realize on your own that the condition existed and needed attention.

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Common Form of Cancer

Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer in the world. It occurs in both men and women, although women are about 100 times more likely to develop it than men. While this form of cancer is second in frequency only to lung cancer, it is the fifth most common cause of cancer death in women around the world.

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breast cancer symptoms

It is important for both men and women to know the symptoms of breast cancer. While breast cancer strikes women 100 times more frequently than men, men can also develop the disease. It is the hope of The Breast Cancer Society that everyone becomes aware of how to detect early breast cancer symptoms so individuals can catch the disease before it develops into a serious condition that will require more complicated treatments.

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Symptoms of Breast Cancer

Doctors have long known that early detection makes it substantially easier to treat breast cancer patients, but it is vital for women and men to know these symptoms so that they can remain vigilant. While women develop breast cancer about 100 times more often than men, it is still possible for men to have breast cancer and therefore they should also be familiar with the symptoms of the disease. Even though most breast cancer cases occur in women, men are often able to detect lumps or changes in their wife’s (or intimate partner’s) breasts if they know what to look for. Early detection can save the life of a loved one.

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