Breast Cancer Treatment

Type of cancer

breast cancer

Approximately 85% of breast cancers develop in women with no family history of the disease.


How are you affected by breast cancer?
Do you know anyone in your family who has it?

Do you have breasts yourself? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re sure to be at least somewhat interested in the topic of breast cancer treatment options, especially if you have been diagnosed with the disease yourself. Whether this means surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, or something else entirely, there are so many different treatments that it can be very difficult to decide which one to choose. Luckily, this article will help break down all the most common options and help you make the right decision for your individual needs and situation.

In the United States, breast cancer is the second most common cancer that affects women and one in eight will develop breast cancer at some point in their lifetime. The most common risk factor is age and women who start periods before 12 years old have a higher chance of developing breast cancer than those who start after 13 years old. Some other factors are genetics and hormone use. The disease develops when cells divide without control and form masses called tumors. These tumors can lead to lumps or bumps on the breasts, which may be detected by a physical examination by a physician or surgeon. The tumor cells invade nearby tissues, destroying them as they grow into new cancers.

Types of cancer

Some top cancers we cure

Breast Cancer

Approximately 85% of breast cancers develop in women with no family history of the disease.

Lung Cancer

Most lung cancer statistics include small cell lung cancer (SCLC) and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).

Prostrate Cancer

Prostate cancer is a disease in which cells in the prostate gland mutate and divide uncontrollably.

Stomach cancer

Stomach cancer, also known as esophageal cancer, It is the eighth most frequent cancer in the world

Skin Cancer

it’s estimated that 90% of all skin cancer can be treated successfully.

Cervical cancer

Cervical cancer most commonly strikes women between the ages of 35 and 44, worldwide,

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