About Breast Cancer

  1. Breast Cancer Statistics

    Breast cancer ranks second among cancer deaths in women after lung cancer.

  2. Diagnosis Procedures for Breast Cancer

    It is important to remember that a lump or other changes in the breast, or an abnormal area on a mammogram, may be caused by cancer or by other, less serious problems.

  3. General Information About Breast Cancer

    Ductal carcinoma, lobular carcinoma, and Paget's disease are several types of breast cancer.

  4. Risk Factors for Breast Cancer

    Factors that appear to raise a woman's risk for breast cancer include advancing age, family history, benign breast conditions, and a late menopause.

  5. Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer

    Early breast cancer usually does not cause pain and may cause no symptoms at all.

  6. Solving the Breast Cancer Puzzle

    Investigators report headway against breast cancer, the disease that worries women more than any other.

  7. Stages of Breast Cancer

    When breast cancer is diagnosed, your doctor will order tests to find out if the cancer has spread from the breast to other parts of the body. This is called staging and is an important step toward planning a treatment program.

  8. What You Can Do to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

    Your health habits may play a role in helping to reduce your risk for this serious disease, and they're particularly important as you get older.

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