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Breast Cancer in Women As most of us look ahead into what we expect for our future we will envision a life of good health success and family What if the health factor was not good What if the woman in the family became ill with one of the most uprising and terminal illnesses Breast cancer is a type of cancer which develops from a mutated gene One in 10 American women who live to be 70 develop breast cancer with more than 180000new cases diagnosed each year Predicting breast-cancer MSNBC Health News Most of us when thinking of the future do not take into account the idea of becoming ill Yet today this is indeed an issue that needs attention as early in life as possible Doctors who work with breast cancer patient are now recommending that women as young as 15 and 16 years old should start with self-examination But how effective is the self-exam and other forms of early detection and does it really help to save women from the disease This is a question I hope to address in the following research Self examinations are the most commonly used tests used for detecting breast cancer among women today The self exam is a simple exam that women can perform on their own with a few simple steps Another way of detecting breast cancer is with a mammography This is an X-ray that scans in make up of the breast to show whether there are and tumors This is the most effective type of detection to date Cancer Facts Detection National Cancer Institute One disadvantage to using mammography is that with mammography the x-ray picture sometimes detects substances in the breast that are not recognizable NCI This can cause unnecessary worrying if the substances are not recognizable NCI is now working on improving the equipment that is available An extension of the mammography is the digital
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