Breast Cancer Awareness

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Thesis Statement: While both women and men can also get the breast cancer disease there is a cure with awareness to breast cancer. I.Breast Cancer and Who It Attacks
A)What Is the Disease and Who It Affects
1.Disease which is a malignant cancer
2.Cells forms within the tissue of the breast
3.Victims are shocked
4.Both men and women get this disease
5.Women will be diagnosed more than men
II.Common Risks Factors For Breast Cancer
A)This Disease Can Be Caused By
1.One’s diet and lifestyle
2.Obesity and lack of physical activity
B)High Risks Factors
1.Young women taking birth control for more than ten years
2.Early menstruation women
3.Late menopause in women
4.Direct family history
5.Past personal history of breast cancer
III.Seven Different Types of Cancer
A)Different Breast Cancers With Different Stage Levels
1.Ductal In-Situ
2.Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma
3.Medullary Carcinoma
4.Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma
5.Tublar Carcinoma
6.Mucinous Carcinoma
7.Inflammatory Breast Cancer
IV.Seven Different Types of Breast Cancer and Who It Affects A)Infiltrating Lobular Carcinoma
1.Represents 5% of all diagnosis
2.Test positive for estrogen and progesterone receptors
3.Appears in upper-outer quadrant of breast
B)Tubular Carcinoma
1.2% of all breast cancer carcinoma
2.Normally found in women ages 50 and up
3.Excellent ten year survival rate of 95%
C)Mucinous Carcinoma
1.Approximately 1% to 2% of breast cancer
2.Difference are mucus production and cells poorly defined
D)Inflammatory Breast Cancer
1.Rare and extremely aggressive
2.Causes lymph vessels to become blocked
E)Ductal Carcinoma In-Situ
1.Early type of breast cancer
2.Confined in ductal system
F)Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma
1.Most common type of breast cancer
2.Represents 78% of all malignancies
3.Lesions appear as stellate being star like
4.Lesions appear well circumscribed being rounded areas of mammograms G)Medullary Carcinoma
1.15% of all breast cancer types
2.Occurs in late 40’s and 50’s
V.Breast Cancer Treatments
A)Six Different Types of Treatment for Women and Men
1.Breast conserving surgery
2.Lumpectomy Surgery
3.Partial Mastectomy Surgery
4.Sentinel Lymph Nobe Biopsy
5.Radiation Therapy
6.Chemotherapy Treatment

Breast cancer has widely affected so many people both women and men. With the increasing awareness with charities around the world they have an annual international health campaign known as the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “The National Breast Cancer Awareness Month was founded in 1985 which increases awareness of the disease and also raises funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and much more.”(www.nationalbreastcancer.org) While both women and men can also get the breast cancer disease there is a cure with awareness to breast cancer. “Breast cancer is a disease that which the malignant cancer cells forms within the tissue of the breast.”(www.nationalbreastcancer.org) This disease does not discriminate and is considered a heterogeneous disease. Breast cancer differs by individual, age group, and also with the different kinds of cells within the tumor itself. Every man or women’s first reaction will be of shock and discomfort of not knowing what will come next. Most individuals will be shocked to know that men to can also get this curable but deadly disease. “Although men get the disease, women in the United States get breast cancer more than any other types of cancer this is excluding skin cancer.”(www.cancer.org) Breast cancer comes in second with being the cause of death in women. Lung cancer is the second cause of death for women with cancer. Each year is estimated that nearly two hundred thousand women will be diagnosed with breast and more than forty thousand will die. “Approximately seventeen hundred men will be diagnosed with breast cancer with about four hundred and...
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