BREAST CANCER-CAUSES AND PRECAUTIONERY MEASURES:

Women of today face a lot of challenges, not only physical but mental as well. A disease which saps a woman is Breast Cancer. One of the most imminent dangers, that a woman faces is the cancer, which the most common invasive cancer in females worldwide. It accounts for 16% of all female cancers and 22.9% of invasive cancers in women. 18.2% of all cancer deaths worldwide, including both males and females, are from breast cancer.

Bentham Journals

Science is still working hard on eliminating this disease from the face of the Earth. There have been some successful surgeries and treatments but we are still unable to find a complete remedy. It can be treated, and prohibited, if it is caught on an early stage.

The women who suffer with this disease should consult their doctors frequently and keep a check on it. Ignorance towards this malady will lead to worse conditions and eventually, death.

The women who have a history of breast cancer in their families are most prone to have the deadly genetic combination. Family history of this disease, race, earlier chest radiation, abnormal breast biopsy, too much alcohol, obesity, abnormal menstruation cycle, medication etc. are few of the common risk factors that women should be careful about.

It can be inhibited by controlling weight, exercising and quitting bad habits, additionally, talking to the doctor.

Bentham science has published a number of open access journals online, dedicated to the cause of educating women about this disease.

To read more on this please visit: http://www.benthamscience.com/open/tobcanj/index.htm

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