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Who is at risk?
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. Risk increases with age with approximately 77% of women being over the age of 50 at the time of diagnosis. Risk doubles if there are first or second degree relatives with breast cancer. However, family history contributes to only 5 - 10% of breast cancers. Men are not completely immune to breast cancer and about 1% of all breast cancers are found in men.
Other risk factors which are associated with breast cancer are:
Early onset of periods
Null parity or late child birth
Lack of breast feeding
Hormone replacement therapy
Previous history of radiation
Previous history of breast surgery etc.
Presence of the cancer
Breast cancer commonly presents itself as:
A lump in the breast
Dimpling /Ulceration of skin
Lump in armpit
Breast cancer spreads to the glands in the armpit, root of the neck, in the chest (Lymphatic spread). It can also sometimes spread to anywhere inside the body like lungs, liver, bones, ovaries and brain.
You must visit a cancer specialist at nearest hospital or health center as soon as you see the signs mentioned above. Checkout the best cancer hospitals in Delhi.