Category: breast tumors

Breast Cancer: Did You Know?

Breast cancer can affect both men and women and is one of the most common forms of cancer. Thanks to increased awareness and screenings, many cases of breast cancer are diagnosed early and treated successfully.

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Breast Cancer

One out of every eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Five-year survival rates are good (85 to 99 percent) unless tumors have metastasized (25 percent). Death rates have dropped since 1989, but...

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Breast-Cancer Screening

The problem:  Mammograms don’t expose women to much more radiation than a chest X-ray. And they can prevent breast-cancer deaths. But some doctors recommend them more often than necessary or encourage women to start young....

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