Breast Cancer Statistical Information That EVERY Woman Should Know!
It is estimated that about 276,480 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women this year alone. Having breast cancer is not a death sentence if it is caught early and you receive treatment as quickly as possible.
According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women (only lung cancer kills more women each year). The chance that a woman will die from breast cancer is about 1 in 38 women in the United States.
If you are visiting our website today and have searched on breast cancer, you should be aware of how serious breast cancer can be and what the symptoms are for breast cancer. The following are just some of the symptoms of breast cancer.
A lump in your armpit area or breast.
Swelling or thickening of any part of your breast.
A dimpling or an irritation of your breast’s skin.
In your nipple area or any part of your breast you have flaky skin or redness
Any pain that you may have in your nipple are or any pulling in of the nipple
If you are having a nipple discharge that is not breast milk and that may include blood
Any other symptom that you may have you think could be breast cancer
If you are worried that you may have breast cancer you need to contact your doctor and discuss your concerns with them. Breast cancer is a serious, life-threatening condition that should be dealt with immediately.
Something else that you can do immediately from the comfort of your own home is to see if you qualify for genetic testing for breast cancer.
Genetic testing not only will allow you to find specific information about your possibly having breast cancer but it will allow you to know if your condition is genetic and could be passed on to your children or grandchildren or if your parents or siblings may have the genetic marker that indicates they have the same abnormal genes that could lead to a serious health problem in the future.
Taking a genetic test could not only save your life, but it could save the life of your children, grandchildren, parents, and siblings.
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