Breast Cancer- Symptoms and Risk Factors | Breast Cancer Awareness Month

breast cancer awareness month

Do you know that Breast Cancer impacts around 2.1 million women each year? It’s one of the most common cancers that cause in women, and it can lead to death if neglected. After skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly caused cancer among women. It occurs in the cells of breasts. Let’s discuss some symptoms of breast cancer that helps to diagnosis early:

  1. Occurrence of lumps in the breasts
  2. Flaky or peeling nipples
  3. Redness of the skin over the breast
  4. Newly inverted nipple
Risk Factors of Breast Cancer:
  1. Increasing Age
  2. Personal History of breast cancer
  3. Family history of breast cancer
  4. Being female
  5. Obesity
  6. Radiation exposure
  7. Having never been pregnant
  8. Drinking alcohol

Don’t take a risk when you feel those symptoms of Breast Cancer, consult a doctor for the early diagnosis and treatment.
Let’s raise awareness for the early detection of Breast Cancer and save lives.

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