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According to the World Health Organization, more than 1.2 million people will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year worldwide (Lynn &… luding family history, genetics, age of menstruation, and other factors that have not yet been identified. Though much less common, breast cancer also occurs in men.  Breast cancer patients usually experience a lot of…
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It is estimated that one in every eight women is likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer at any point in life. It is estimated that each year 220,000 women in the US are diagnosed with breast cancer, of which over… The risk of breast cancer increases with her age. A family history also enhances risk of breast cancer. It is pertinent to notice that in 1970s,…
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Introduction Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide at present and is the leading cause of death among women (Johnston et al, 2008). Breast cancer is classified into three major groups as follows: 1) operable breast cancer, 2) locally advanced breast cancer and, 3) metastatic breast cancer (Johnston et al, 2008).… Locally advanced breast…
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(National Cancer Institute, 2009a) Basically, the median age wherein breast cancer can be diagnosed is 61 years old whereas the… little more than 2.47 million women who had experienced having breast cancer, women should be informed the proper way of conducting a self-breast examination as a way of increasing their chances of survival. For this study, the…
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Breast Cancer Breast cancer is the cancerous uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the breast tissues. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the American women, which is one of the primary factors of cancer deaths after lung cancer, and it accounts for 15 percent of all cancer deaths in American women (Dow, p.3).There are a number of factors are associated with the cause of breast cancer in women.…
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Females are more prone to breast cancer than men due to constant exposure of breast cells to estrogen. The individuals having first-degree family history of BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene… Like all the cancerous growth, early stage breast cancer also does not produce any clinical manifestations to get it noticed early. Therefore, recommended check up guidelines should be…
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Breast Cancer Class Title/Section # June 16, 2013 Breast Cancer History of the Condition Breast cancer is one of the few types of cancer that have been recognized since ancient times. This is due to the fact that breast cancer materializes both externally and internally; the cancer takes place within the breast, yet the breast lumps can manifest as visible tumors.…
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Breast cancer is considered as the major cause of mortality due to malignancy among women aged between 40-50 years. The epidemiological studies in United States brought… Morphologically breast cancer is divided into two basic types depending on the anatomic site affected by the tumor cells; Ductal and lobular carcinoma. As the name indicates, the ductal type…
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Among the various types of cancer, breast cancer affecting women are one of the major types, which negatively impact not only woman’s physical health but also her mental fortitude. With women all over the world getting affected in higher numbers in the recent past, it has… All these issues of giving importance to early screening, bringing into public the…
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Breast Cancer Date Introduction Ladies and gentlemen! Breast cancer is a disease that may lead to death of a patient. This type of cancer begins in breast tissues and has two main types. The first type is ductal carcinoma, which begins in the ducts that carry milk to the nipples.… Noninvasive implies that it has not attacked other breast tissues. When breast…
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Breast Cancer Abstract Breast cancer, a new form cancer, has been affecting the people of the US by a considerable extent. According to the evolution made, it is one of the foremost causes of death of women in the US. In Miami-Dade region, there has been a steady rise in the occurrence of the disease in the past 5 years.… Breast cancer is an ever-increasing…
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Health experts have found that the risk factors associated with the development of breast cancer can be divided into three major categories, which are lifestyle, genetic, and medical conditions (Nelson, Smith, Griffin and Fu, 2013). As far as lifestyle risk factors are… Overall, women’s risk of getting breast cancer is said to increase by 35-50% (Gøtzsche and…
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“Breast Cancer” Introduction Cancer is known as malignant neoplasm, the hallmark characteristic involves uncontrolled proliferation of cells. Under normal conditions cells grow, divide and die, but in a genetic defect called mutation occur cancer cells leading to the formation of an abnormal DNA.… The Genesis of a Cancer Cell A normal cell turns into a cancer…
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Public Health & Breast Cancer A Report on Breast Cancer as a Public Health Issue Name School Name Introduction Public health is an important aspect of the population’s wellness, wellbeing and health. Public health aims to educate and provide a population with the tools that they need to manage and prevent diseases and to promote sanitary behaviours such as hand washing.…
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Changes in DNA cause the breast cells to become cancerous, thus causing cancer in the tissues of the breast. Some DNA mutations tend be inherited but most occur due to… There can be some environmental causes too such as “women who received radiation therapy to the upper body for treatment of Hodgkin disease before 30 years of age have a significantly higher…
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The treatment for cancer differs from people to people (Weaver, 2007). It is fairly common that a mastectomy may be performed when breast-conserving therapies do not work or will put the cancer patient at risk (Weaver, 2007). … According to Weaver (2007), there are two types of breast cancers. One is the ductal breast cancer that takes place in ducts…
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The information submitted by the writer is vital particularly in guiding the choices of the best treatment methods after patients undergo breast cancer surgery. In… The author notes that even when similar methods are applied, the use of dissimilar strategies for examining surgical material may lead to different outcomes for the same patient. The information…
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Despite the advancement and breakthroughs in medical technologies, drugs used to suppress and contain the spread of cancer cells, and the new discoveries that aimed… s who have had a history of breast cancer provided the impetus for intense interest to delve further into contemporary issues relating to breast cancer on a global scale. In this regard, the…
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The researcher of this paper throws light on breast cancer as one of the most significant cancers among the middle-aged women all over the world. Furthermore, it is also a very common case of mortality amongst women in the western areas. … This essay discusses that in England and Wales, an estimate of one in twelve women develops breast cancer in their total…
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Breast cancer has risen to become one of the most prevalent cancers in the world today. The cancer forms in the breast tissues. It is known to form in the tubes that carry milk to the nipple known as ducts and glands that make milk. The glands are known as lobules. In the early stages of breast cancer, the disease appears to be confined to the fatty tissues of the breast. …
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Breast cancer is a major cause for morbidity and mortality of women worldwide. This is condition predominantly affecting women and especially women in western countries or nations that accepted modern lifestyle of living. … There are many studies and intensive research is underway in order to identify the most important factors that are the reason for the…
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Breast cancer is one of the dread diseases but improved techniques which help in early detection had greatly reduced the number of deaths. However, approximately half a million still succumb to this… 1). It is the common cause of death from cancer for NSW women, 862 deaths in 2001 (ibid.). In Victoria, figures for 2007 showed an incidence of 3,188 new cases…
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Transcription, in its simplest conceptualization is the synthesis of Ribonucleic Acid (RNA) from a DNA template (McClean, 1998). Whether it is prokaryotic or eukaryotic, it first undergoes the process of initiation where there is a binding of RNA polymerase to double-strand DNA; then the second process follows called elongation where there is a development of a short stretch of DNA which is mostly of a single-strand (McClean, 1998); the last stage is the termination stage where there is a recognition of the transcription termination sequence (McClean, 1998).…
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It is a common cancer diagnosis in women especially in United States. However, it can occur in both men and women. It is a malignant tumor in the breast. Malignant tumor is part of a group of cancer cells… ost cases, the onset of breast cancer does not cause pain and has very little noticeable symptoms .When it progresses; some symptoms start to show up…
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Running Head: Breast Cancer Breast Cancer Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 INTRODUCTION 3 STAGES & TYPES 4 RISK FACTORS 5 DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT 6 CONCLUSION 7 REFERENCES 8 INTRODUCTION Since few years, cancer has become one of the most perilous diseases that have resulted in death of millions of people worldwide.… 23-39) has indicated that body often…
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