Early Warning Signs Of Br.e.a$t Cancer No One Talks About (It’s Not Just About Lumps)

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Every woman should take proper care of her body, especially of the more sensitive parts, such as bre.asts. Regular br.east examination, which can be easily performed at home, can help you detect any b.reast anomalies early. If these anomalies are bre.ast cancer, it means that your chances of successful treatment significantly increase. Having regular bre.asts ultrasounds once or twice a year is also important.
In the past decade, a number of health organizations are trying to raise awareness among women on the risks of br.east cancer and the importance of taking preventative measures. Funds have also been raised for further research on br.east cancer cure.
Knowing the early symptoms of this cancer gives you the advantage of acting promptly and having successful treatment. The symptoms are typically easy to identify.

Look Beyond the Lumps

One of the first warning signs is lumps. Once a lump is detected, a doctor will require further examination, such as a mammogram X-ray. Thus method is highly effective in detecting any masses, lumps or deformities that may be malignant.
What’s alarming is the fact that mammograms themselves use the process of radiation ionization, which is believed to be a possible cause of cancer. Moreover, the results aren’t 100% accurate.
Br.east cancer can appear in 2 forms – benign and malign. The second one is dangerous. However, mammograms cannot differentiate between the two. That’s why this diagnostic method doesn’t give precise identification of the type of cancer, which can result in unnecessary treatment involving radiation and chemotherapy.
An enhanced alternative to mammograms is thermotherapy, which allows doctors to see the lump as well as to determine if there’s a process of angiogenesis in the br.east. Angiogenesis occurs when new set of blood vessels starts to form in order to supply blood to newly developing bre.ast tumors.
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