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Since ancient times breast cancer has affected women all over the world The disease has slowly evolved into the deadly disease that affects many women today In the United States more than 200000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer a year nearly 40000 dying during their fight Smith 23 Researchers are fighting to lower the number of fatal cases of the disease Though breast cancer is a dangerous disease the Susan G Komen Foundation is teaming up with researchers to help fight this disease Since 1982 the Foundation has been working to raise awareness and raise money to help in the fightBreast Cancer is a malignant tumor that affects the cells found within the breast Although majority of cases are found within women about 1970 United States men will be diagnosed with the disease in the coming year Morris Researchers have found that there are certain factors that can increase a persons risk of developing the disease There are three factors associated with both forms of breast cancer mutations in two genes Brca 1 and Brca 2 estrogen exposure and late childbearing Panno 75 Risk of developing the disease also increases with age in women between twenty and seventy years old but after menopause the risk slowly decreases Greaves 156 A person is also more susceptible to breast cancer if there is a history of the disease in her family There are many steps women can take to prevent breast cancer Staying active and taking care of ones body is very important to prevent any diseases and is proven to help prevent breast cancer One of the other major ways to prevent the disease is by breast feeding when one has children By doing this the woman is ridding the body of cancer causing lactase Yearly screenings and monthly self-breast exams can also prevent the cancer from metastasizing
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