Breast cancer is when a tumor grows in your breast. It is second in prevalence among females, after skin cancer. The modern era and breast-cancer awareness campaigns have made many advancements in diagnosing and treating breast cancer.
What happens to breast cancer?Breast cancer cells begin to multiply abnormally in breast tissue and can develop into cancer cells if left untreated. It usually starts in the milk ducts, but it can also start from glandular tissue called the lobules.
CausesSome factors are more likely than others to cause breast cancer. These are some of the risk factors that can cause cancer.
- Females are more likely to have sex than males.
- Growing age
- Breast cancer history
- Breast cancer in the family
- Inherited genes like BRCA1 or BRCA2
- Radiation exposure
- Menstrual cycles in the early stages
- Late menopause
- Consuming alcohol
- Take egestion or progestin
- There is no place for a pregnancy in your life
- A lump in the breast, or thicker muscles than normal.
- Modifications in appearance and size
- Dimpling in skin
- Skin changes around the nipples
- The visible improvement in nipple