Breast Actives Aman

In 2014, approximately 232670 new cases of women in the United States invasive breast cancer, waiting with 62. 570 new cases are diagnosed with invasive (in situ) breast cancer. About 2. 360 new cases are waiting for the invasive breast diagnosed in the year 2014, among men. Risk of breast cancer that a man is that 1: 1000 incidence rate of cancer of the breast in the United States began in 2000, after the man of the past two decades of decline. It decreased by 7% between 2002 and 2003 only. One theory is that this decrease was partially offset by the reduction in the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for women after the publication of the results of the study global initiative of the health of women in 2002. These results indicated a link between hormone replacement therapy and risk of breast cancer. Some women waited in the 40000 2014 United States of cancer of the breast to die, even if mortality were short since 1989 with large decreases in women less than 50. These decreases are the result of processing operations likely to progress in early diagnosis through screening and awareness. Death by breast actives aman breast cancer are higher than any other type of cancer, in addition to cancer of the lung among women in the United States. Next to skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women diagnosed. Nearly 30% of cancers in women are a malignant tumor of the breast. White women are slightly more likely to develop cancer of the breast than African-American women. However, the breast cancer among women under 45, African-American women is more common than white women. Total African American women are more prone to cancer of the breast to die. Women, Asian, Indians and the Spaniards in a lesser risk of developing and dying from breast cancer. Through the year 2014, more than 8 million there are two women with a history of breast cancer in the United States include women currently treated and the treatment is finished. A woman has doubled the risk of breast cancer, the breast cancer diagnosed as a relative of the first degree (mother, sister or daughter). Approximately 15% of women with breast cancer has been diagnosed in a member of his family with him. About 85% of breast cancer cases occur in women with no family history of breast cancer. It caused genetic mutations caused by the aging process and life in general as of the heritable mutations. . . .