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Lifestyle programme for women with family history of breast cancer

01 November 2018, 01:24 | Silvia Roy

Breast Cancer

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With October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, coming to an end, it's important to note that while pink signage may be replaced, the fight against breast cancer continues.

Scientists are exploring how common gene variations (small changes in genes that are not as significant as mutations) may affect breast cancer risk. She informed them about an important fact: the mortality rate for black women in Colorado is almost 30 percent higher than white women. While many women assume that it is merely the presence of an isolated lump that suggests breast cancer, the truth is that it can also manifest itself as scattered seed-like tumours that spread like tentacles across the breast tissue.

Research has shown that one in three women fail to regularly check their breasts and even those who do so often look only for a lump, not realising there are other possible signs and symptoms of this cancer. An estimated 266,120 women (and 2,550 men) are expected to be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2018, and almost 41,000 women (480 men) will die of the disease. The organization has found that black women have a higher mortality rate due to certain factors including diagnosis at a younger age, a later stage of the disease and a more aggressive form of the cancer. Many people who are diagnosed with cancer also begin to wonder about their mortality.

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For high-risk women (greater than or equal to 20%), consider annual screenings with both mammogram and breast MRI with and without gadolinium six months apart from each other.

"The Nehmeh Air Conditioners Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign is part our CSR initiatives for the year as done every year". The Council advises, organizes and implements outreach in the African American community.

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Aibinuomo gave the advice in Ilorin at a seminar on breast cancer, in commemoration of the World Breast Cancer Week. The objective was to come together and support those who are going through a diagnosis and educate not only church members but the larger community.

Explaining further, she opined that the survival rate of a Stage Zero breast cancer is 100 per cent, while a Stage I to II breast cancer is between 99 to 100 per cent. "I cried, and then in a few minutes, I said, 'let's get it together, '" he said. "I'm just so grateful to have survived twice".

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