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Breast Cancer

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May Hsu

on 5 May 2014

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Transcript of Breast Cancer

BREAST CANCER
What is
Breast Cancer
Breast cancer are cells that are divided and grow out of control . They are also cells that grow and form a mass or lump called tumor.
Definitions of Tumors
Benign tumors are not cancerous. When these
tumors are removed, they typically do not
reappear. The cells of a benign tumor do not
invade nearby tissue or spread to other parts
of the body.
Malignant tumors are made of abnormal cells
and are cancerous. Malignant tumor cells can
invade nearby tissue and spread to other parts of
the body. A malignant tumor that develops in the
breast is called breast cancer.
Who Gets Breast Cancer
Anyone can get breast cancer.
the older a woman, the more likely
(especially after 50)
young women can get breast cancer, even in their 20s
Risk Factors
Age
Family History
Out of every one hundred cases of breast cancer, one will occur in a man.
MEN can get breast cancer
Unhealthy Lifestyle
How to Prevent
Breastfeeding
Signs and Symptoms
Early Detection
Treatment
Statistics Facts
&
Charts
FREE
Breast cancer in women have now become the most commonly diagnosed cancers in some parts of Africa.

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