BREAST CANCER CURES
Medicinal remedies for breast cancer
Characteristics of breast cancer
Breast cancer is a cancer that affects the cells of the breast, making them grow in an uncontrolled way. It is a disease that affects mainly women, from 50 years old onwards. It is a type of cancer that, in addition to destroying the tissues of the breast, can spread throughout the body via blood or lymph, and can produce a metastasis in any other parts of the body. It is the leading cause of death among women between 45 and 55 years old.
It affects mainly women, but in a much smaller percentage it may occur in men. It is a disease that increases with age and affects mainly white women.
Symptoms of breast cancer
At first, it is asymptomatic in most cases. Other symptoms that may appear are lumps under the skin that may hurt or not, lumps in the armpits, pain in the nipples, nipples which secrete fluids, irritated, tight or red skin, skin of a different color, etc.
Causes of breast cancer
No one knows exactly which are the main causes of breast cancer. However, there are a number of factors that may predispose to the development of these tumors, although these factors actually influence a very low percentage, given that around 80% of diagnosed cases are not directly related to these risk factors. Among the main ones are:
Early diagnosis of breast cancer
Since we do not know the real causes that determine the onset of the disease, the best prevention is to diagnose it early. Advanced detection when no metastasis has occurred, allows a cure in more than 90% of the cases.
How to detect a breast tumor early? :
Among the key measures we have to detect a tumor in the breast, there are the following:
Treatment of breast cancer
For further treatment of breast cancer there are many aspects considered, such as the size of the tumor, the involvement of lymph nodes and the possible metastasis to other organs. The usual treatment is surgery. This may affect only the tumor and a small portion of the surrounding tissue.
Sometimes the process will require more drastic interventions such as mastectomy, which involves removing the breast from the chest muscle and the affected lymph nodes under the arm.
Later, the patient may undergo radiotherapy, chemotherapy or hormone treatment.
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