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Breast Cancer The Disease In 1997 my mother who was only forty years old was diagnosed with breast cancer I was only in seventh grade at the time and didnt really understand the seriousness of the situation our whole family was being put through Today I do and I thank God everyday everything worked out for the best This is why I chose to do my paper on breast cancer Cancer is the name for a group of diseases that all have one thing in common abnormal cells that grow and destroy body tissue Normally the healthy cells that make up your bodys tissues grow divide and replace themselves in an orderly way This process keeps your body in good repair However sometimes some cells lose the ability to control their growth They grow too rapidly and without any order they make too much tissue and form tumors These tumors can be benign or malignant Benign tumors are not cancer They will not spread to other parts of your body and they are seldom a threat to life Often benign tumors can be taken out by surgery and they are not likely to return Malignant tumors on the other hand are cancer They can spread and kill nearby healthy tissues and organs Cancer cells also can break away from a malignant tumor and enter the bloodstream and lymphatic system This process of cancer spreading to other parts of your body is called metastasis Even if a malignant cancer tumor is removed from your breast the disease may return if the cancer cells have spread before the tumor was removed Clinical Trails 1 Breast cancer is the most common form of malignant disease among women affecting one in every ten women in the United States It represents the second leading cause of death by a malignant disease in women after lung cancer and claimed forty-thousand lives in the United States in 2002 according to the
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