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Breast cancer; The silent killer It is no news that one of the enemies of life and good health is cancer, and not even breasts are spared from this bad sprout in our systems. Breast cancer has become a source of serious concern as it continues to deal mortal blow on women in our society. We’ll be discussing Breast Cancer over the next three days, and we hope that you’re able to keep up till the end.
What is Breast Cancer? Breast cancer is the formation of tumours and lumps in the breasts, secondary to excessive proliferation of cells in the breasts. It leads to morphological changes in the breasts and could spread to other parts of the body through metastasis, ultimately leading to death.
Factors responsible for Breast Cancer =>An history of breast cancer in the family.
=> Genetic mutation
=> Excessive estrogen secretion
=> Obesity. Amongst others.
Can it be prevented? Yes! In fact, it can be noticed early enough and taken care of before metastasis occur. By a frequent employment of some of these examination methods, one could easily prevent thw growth of Breast Cancer: 1. Palpation for the presence of lumps.
2. Observation of change in structure of the normal breast such as dimpling. It is therefore adviced that young ladies and grown women check up on themselves regularly, to prevent breast cancer, and for early diagnosis in other cases. Stop breast cancer, before it stops you.
Please do note that this is not all the lecture we will be giving. Over the next three days, we’ll be discussing other aspects of Breast Cancer. Please do stay with us. Thank you.
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