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Five Myths about Breast Cancer

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Breast cancer is a disease that's very frightening for the women. Various myths become a scourge when looking for information about this disease. According to World Health Organization (WHO), breast cancer each year claimed 519 people in the world.

The exact cause is unclear until now. Numerous studies show early detection and the healthy lifestyle can prevent breast cancer. Here are some myths about breast cancer.

1. Lump = Signs Cancer
80 percent of breast lumps are benign. However, if you find a lump in the breast, you should consult a doctor and do the mammogram if your doctor recommends.

2. Heredity Disease
Marisa Weiss, founder of breastcancer.org says although a woman with a family history of breast cancer risk is greater. That is why it is important to know the history of breast cancer from the father or mother. Other factors, such as alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, and diet can also affect a woman getting breast cancer.

3. Young Women More at Risk
Although the start was found in women's age 18 years, according to Dr. Diana Zuckerman, women older than 40 are most at risk for breast cancer.

4. Breast Cancer is Fatal
Breast cancer itself is not fatal, but if cancer has spread to other body parts until the node spleen, lungs, bones and even blood, it can increase the risk of death. Early detection is the best treatment to prevent cancer from spreading.



5. Mastectomy is the best way to cure breast cancer
Very few women diagnosed with breast cancer need a mastectomy (removal of one or both breasts). In fact, most women do not need a mastectomy. The reason, 75 percent of women with stages 0 or 1 breast cancer, each year will only depend on chemotherapy and lumpectomy (surgical removal of the clot from the affected breast cancer).

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