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6. “Cancer” may not always be cancer. Ductal carcinoma in situ, which consists of noninvasive lesions in the milk ducts, now constitutes about 20 percent of new breast cancer diagnoses. DCIS, also referred to as stage 0 cancer, doesn’t always progress to the recurrent, life-threatening kind of cancer. Everyday Breast Cancer Risks Deodorant. The active ingredient in most commercial deodorant is aluminum.

Aluminum works by forming a temporary plug Bras. I interviewed medical doctors Sydney. 6 Important Things Everyone With Breasts Should Understand About Breast Cancer From mammograms to DCIS, here’s the latest on all things breast cancer. By Katherine Hobso n. Data from the NCI show consistent declines in both new cases and deaths from breast cancer since 1990.

Further, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that. Six things you should know about breast cancer risk. Women at average risk for breast cancer should limit their intake of alcohol to one drink per day. Women who have had breast cancer or are at increased risk for it for other reasons may want to avoid alcohol altogether. and not everyone.

The warning signs of breast cancer are not the same for all women. Most commonly, breast cancer is asymptomatic, and often appears on a mammogram before a lump can be felt. There.

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we speak to Addie Mitchell, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Care, about what you should know about this condition. 1. Breast cancer is not one single. Grading & Stage: An important fact about breast cancer that all would like to know is that malignant breast tumors are cancerous in nature. Malignant breast tumor is classified using the system of tumor grading.

However tumor grades and cancer stages are not the same thing. Certain inherited genetic mutations for breast cancer (BRC A1 and/or BRCA2) A personal history of breast cancer before age 40. Two or more first-degree relatives (mother, sister, daughter) with breast cancer. 6. Seventy-five percent of breast cancers occur in people with no family history.

The gene mutations linked to breast cancer, BRCA1 and BRCA2, get so much media love, many women think that if they.

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In answer to question 6 Dr Sandy Lowden’ points out that although women with the BRCA1 mutation may have a lifetime risk of developing breast cancer of as high as 85 percent, the majority will not die of breast cancer.

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from Medical Selection of Life Risks
by W. John Elder, R.D.C. Brackenridge
Palgrave Macmillan UK, 1998

About two of three invasive breast cancers are found in women 55 years or older.

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Answer: 2, 4, 5, 6 Rationale: Risk factors for breast cancer include nulliparity or first child born after age 30 years; early menarche; late menopause; family history of breast cancer; high-dose radiation exposure to the chest; and previous cancer of the breast, uterus, or ovaries.

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Preventing breast cancer: Becoming breast aware.

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by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN, Geraldine McCarthy, PhD, MSN, MEd, DipN, RNYT, RGN, Fellow RCSI
Springer Publishing Company, 2016

Awareness and current knowledge of breast cancer.

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by Tommie L. Norris, Rupa Lalchandani
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What every woman with breast cancer should know.

“Cancer Rehabilitation: Principles and Practice” by Michael D. Stubblefield, MD
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by Michael D. Stubblefield, MD
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Breast cancer risk accumulation starts early: prevention must also.

“Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention” by Michael Thun, Martha S. Linet, James R. Cerhan, Christopher A. Haiman, David Schottenfeld
from Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention
by Michael Thun, Martha S. Linet, et. al.
Oxford University Press, 2017

2, 4, 5, 6 Rationale: Risk factors for breast cancer include nulliparity or first child born after age 30 years; early menarche; late menopause; family history of breast cancer; high-dose radiation exposure to the chest; and previous cancer of the breast, uterus, or ovaries.

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by Linda Anne Silvestri
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Risk perceptions and knowledge of breast cancer genetics in women at increased risk of developing hereditary breast cancer.

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Most important, this focus on early therapeutic intervention has precluded any meaningful attention to the primary prevention of breast cancer.

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  • My battle with Breast cancer started 4 years ago, after so many Chemo, Radiation and other natural therapy treatment that I took just to cure my Breast cancer, it all did not work for my condition. I have been treating this disease for the past 2 years, but today I’m here telling the world about my final victory over Breast cancer with the help of cannabis oil medication. This is a breakthrough in my family with so much Joy in our life today, I was told about Dr Odia, when I heard about his good works from my friend I requested for the contact information of this man, after some days passed as I was always praying to God for mercy, I said to myself that God could use this man to heal me totally after giving myself this thought I immediately contacted Dr Odia, I do really appreciate all the help and contribution from every member of my family for all they did for me. And if you have any kind of cancer diseases, there is no need to waste money on Chemo or Radiation, go get herbals from Dr Odia Herbalist home on Facebook or via: ([email protected]), this is a medication that totally kill cancer cells.

  • I wonder if I would have still be alive by today if there was no herbal remedy to flush cancer cells. I had an early diagnosis of Cancer when I went to the hospital, I had several severe symptoms ranging from cough to to serious body pains, feverish temperature and more. When I saw people testily about some doctor especially Dr Jude I never believed and was so skeptical. I decided to give his medicine a try when my symptoms became very intense and i visited his website Dr Jude Herbal Home where I got all the information I needed to be convinced. I ordered his medicine and to make it short it has completely destroyed every trace of Cancer in my body cells, I did chemotherapy and xrays there was no longer tumor or Cancer cells living in me.. I don’t know how to be thankful enough to Dr Jude’s herbal home. Email him for more clarification and enquiries [email protected] or you visit his website

  • The only thing I’ve felt right now is, a ball in my right side breast that when u press on it, it feels as hard as a marble I have no idea what this means

  • Greetings. I want to thank Dr. Ovie for helping me to cure my Cancer, at first I doubted him. My friend told me to give him a try today am cured from cancer Dr Ovie cure me with his miracle herbal medicine please don’t join those people who say there is no cure for cancer, I contacted him he to me what to do. And I did it immediately after that he sent me his herbal medicine and I took the medicine for one week and three days and I was totally cure for cancer email Dr Ovie. On his email address now ( [email protected]) call or what’s App Dr on +2349056393169 for your miracle cure now once again don’t join those people who say there is no cure for cancer there is a cure and it works for me.

  • I definitely am blessed since I had been a very uncontrollable situation when going through breast cancer: it wasn’t easy. so thankful to @dr_Eromosele now that I’m out and alive it is something to be Uber thankful you can reach him too on WhatsApp +2349051812935 once again thank you so much.

  • am scared to say because last time i had selling in my breast they didnt actually belive me and thought i was faing it. now i have something lik a rash on my breast and scared to say. am crying am afraid

  • Am here to let the whole world know that I was diagnose of HIV 7years ago were all hope was lost and I had nothing to do about it,I just accepted the faith that one day I will cure of this disease and I just pray everyday for a helper and one day my sister introduce me to a herbal man called Dr EDIALE that she saw on internet,well, I gave him a try on his email [email protected] com, I was not fully convinced until he sent me the herbal medicine which he ask me to take for two weeks I took it with faith and i went for a test in different hospitals and today am cured of this disease and am also using this medium to let all those having STD,like herpes and the rest not to give up,their is a man who can cure you,his name is Dr EDIALE message him on [email protected] com or whatsapp him on +2348129900860
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  • …I’m really worried, can someone please say something…?
    I have a symptom on breast cancer, one of my breast is harder than the other. But the thing is, I’m 10 years old and I haven’t got my period yet… can someone please reply…?

  • Im 18. I’m having hard painful lumps in my breasts. I am kinda scared but I can’t get an appointment because of the virus right now.

  • The last thing she said “most changes in breast are not related to breast cancer ” hushhh!!! That really gave me relief ��������������

  • I’m 13 and apparently I have crust on the arriola and it stings and it was oozing,also it’s on my left breast which cancer is common on the left breast I’m scared shitless and I’m having a breakdown while battling depression

  • I have a huge lump in one breast and it is swelling a lot and my skin is irritated it is very sore and purple does anyone have any advice because I am freaking out.

  • So I’m 12 and I have very small breasts but I have little lumps and my breasts are really sore. I just noticed the lumps yesterday but it’s been sore the past week. Now with covid I can’t go anywhere and I’m kind of scared. Is it possible for me to get breast cancer? I hope u reply

  • Hey guys! I’m 19, and I know it is a lockdown, it is really scary for us to have symptoms during this time, and I wanted to let you guys know that you can reach out to me on Instagram, it is rosieazrose… I was having symptoms on my right breast, and then retracted nipples, and pain underarm, and I’ve had a family history of breast cancer, I’m like super scared, I went for a mammogram and an ultrasound, it was both identified as a cyst, and benign, and the blood test came out normal, but I’m still scared, I can’t sleep thinking that I’m gonna die soon:(

  • Does a lump hurt when its cancerous? I have a hard lump on my left breast I’m 44 years old breast cancer runs in my family and it doesn’t hurt

  • I scared cause a few months ago the skin on my breast was peeling and now it’s still peeling, and I have this big lump under my nipple and it hurt idk what to do update it look swollen and I can barely sleep it’s only my right one not the left idk how to tell my mom I’m only 11 now I have dimping

  • Dressed To Kill: The Link between Breast Cancer and Bras Paperback – October 24, 2005

    by Sydney Ross Singer

    “When Soma and I did our research for Dressed To Kill we were not aware of how easily women can recover from fibrocystic breast disease by foregoing the bra.”

    “Bras, by their very design, alter the shape of the breasts for fashion. To alter breast shape you have to apply constant pressure on the breast tissue. That is why bras are elastic garments. This pressure from the bra impedes the circulation in the breast tissue, specifically, the circulation of the lymphatic system. This system is composed of microscopic vessels that originate in the breast tissue and drain the tissue of fluid, which is directed through these vessels to the lymph nodes. The lymphatic vessels are extremely thin and small, and have no pump, such as the heart, to propel its contents forward. As a result, lymphatic vessels are easily constricted by external pressure, such as that applied to the breast tissue constantly by the brassiere. It is compression of these lymph vessels that prevents the proper draining of the breast tissue, leading to fluid accumulation in the breast. Medically, this is called lymphedema of the breast, secondary to constriction from the bra. This fluid accumulation leads to breast tenderness and pain, and ultimately the fluid develops into cysts. The cysts over time become hard, and we have a picture of the creation of fibrocystic breast disease. Within days or weeks of ending breast constriction by bras, the breast tissue is allowed to flush out this excess fluid, cysts disappear, and breast pain and tenderness are minimal if at all present. From our research with hundreds of women, getting rid of the bra has resulted in remarkable recovery of breast health in over 95% of the cases. Since foregoing the bra for a month is cost-free and risk-free, and may prove beneficial, we encourage all women who wear bras to partake in a self-study to see for themselves, on themselves, whether their bras have been damaging their breasts. Keep in mind that breast disease is only a problem in bra wearing cultures. Women who are bra-free have the same breast cancer incidence as men. And don’t wait for the cancer detection and treatment industry to endorse this information before you try it. Billions of dollars are made each year treating breast cancer. Nobody will make money by women loosening up to prevent this disease. The prevention of breast disease is up to each individual woman. Just stop binding the breasts with bras in the name of fashion, and begin to love yourself and respect your body.”

  • Breast cancer is caused by acids building up in your lymph fluid (sewer system) because there is NO BREAST MOVEMENT.

    If you wear a bra all day (and to bed) there is a 75% chance you will get breast cancer.

    If you wear a bra all day (but not to bed) there is a 14% chance you will get breast cancer.

    If you never/rarely wear a bra there is a 0.6% chance you will get breast cancer.

  • On my right breast my nipple is sometimes inverted depending on the heat. And the other side isn’t. I’m only 11, but I asked my mom and she said I’m just growing but I’ve had it a while now maybe a month and I’m scared as heck pls help meeee

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  • I’m honestly scared. I’m been researching this. I think I have cancer.

    I have some sort of water or swear or discharge that comes out of pimples from my nipples.

    I think this is a huge sign for me cause I have about 8 or 9 pimples on each nipple.

    It also hurts to touch.
    Yesterday my friend elbowed me in my breast on accident, I never said anything about it hurting, but it hurt like heck.

    And I have a high pain tolerance, so this is bad.

    My father is a nurse and I’m still scared to tell him.

    Any help?

  • i have redness help im so scated what do i do im a teen is it just puberty or?.. please tell me im so scared and my left breast is much bigger and now its kinda red in one spot please

  • I bumped my breast the other day and it REALLY hurt, more than it should so I checked it and when I squeezed it inoticed a huge lump inside it, it isn’t visible on the outside tho and it’s really solid. It’s also on both sides, is that some kind of cancer or no? And I’m too scared to tell my mum or doctor cuz they might think I’m overreacting

  • I kinda think I have some of these symptoms because my nips itch a lot and it’s peeling and I have red lines and marks around them….. I’m scared to tell my mom…

    I AM 13!!!!

  • my mom is sick she sweats a lot at night n she said she collapsed a few times �� please pray for us coz i cant lose her i dont know my real dad but i have a step dad n just know here for everyone who has or thinks they have cancer❤️

  • Hey op I have all the symptions and I’ve noticed the lumps in my breasts have gotten bigger. Wtf should I do? I don’t want to tell my mom.

  • can someone help me I have very extremely pain in my left breast and the pain goes to my shoulder armpit arm and my back..I dont know what to do im 19 and im so scared..but breast seems normal but I feel something hard inside my breast and whenever I touch it hurts..anyone?

  • My grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. It was definitely scary, and I encourage everyone to make sure the women in their family learn how to check for breast cancer and have access to preventative resources. Great video.

  • I have a lump in my breast and I’m so scared. I’m only 15 and breast cancer runs in my family. �� I told my mom and she said it’s serious and tomorrow I’m going to the doctors. I’m crying right I think I’m gonna die soon. �� I hope I don’t but still I might die before my mom and that just makes me sad.

  • My mom’s a cancer survivor, but I never knew there was a such thing as Type A & B.
    Reminds me I need to schedule my mammogram & ultrasound!!

  • A few days ago, I hit my boob weird but now there is a lump in it.. my armpits have been hurting, and so had my boob… I hope it will just heal?? But I’m still worried

  • I’m so scared, one of my friend is 19 and about two weeks ago she found a small patch of dry red skin next to her nipple… Everything she have ready says cancer. she have to wait a day to make an appointment and she is terrified. Thank you for this video.