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DCSS dressed in all pink for breast cancer awareness

07 Октября 2017

Antiperspirants and deodorants cause breast cancer: Myth.

One out of every eight women will get breast cancer.

Yes, breast cancer remains a killer of women, but, as always, early detection and treatment remain the best defense in fighting the disease.

Dr. Ethan Rogers is with The Breast Center at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center.

"We are excited once again to join with our partners at Florida Hospital to recognize survivors and support breast cancer research through the Treasure Chests Finish at the 50 Fun Run and Corporate Challenge", said Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford.

Support the Jamaica Cancer Society events planned across the island to celebrate breast cancer awareness and survivorship. In the past, purchasing life insurance for anyone that had survived cancer was often fiscally prohibitive, but thanks to substantial advancements in treatment and screening, we've seen the number of breast cancer survivors that can obtain life insurance rise significantly. The jockeys, who will also wear pink racing silks, will be the representation of the racing industry's commitment to breast cancer research.

National statistics estimate 1 in 8 women are at risk for developing breast cancer during their lifetime.

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American Cancer Society officials said the reports describe the latest trends in breast cancer incidence, mortality, survival, and screening by race/ethnicity in the United States, as well as state variations in these measures.

"It was just previous year when I felt an unusual lump on my left breast", she said.

Most of us know someone who has dealt with breast cancer. These could include annual screening breast MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) in addition to annual mammography, drugs for prevention and prophylactic surgery.

Among almost one million older women invited to get either breast or bowel screening, 23 percent had a physical disability limiting mobility, impaired vision or hearing, cognitive difficulties or challenges with daily tasks like dressing, bathing and eating, the study found.

Health care officials encourage women in risk groups to make an appointment this month for a mammogram.

"When I was told of the news I wasn't scared but I had put my faith in God that He will help me get through it", she said. "Keep an eye out for any symptoms including nipple discharge, lumps, discoloration, sense of volume and rashes", warned Dr Mina.

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DCSS dressed in all pink for breast cancer awareness