Epidemiology of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer  is the commonest cause of death in women worldwide. It is increasing in areas that until recently had low rates of the disease. Many of the well-known risk factors are linked to oestrogens. Risk is increased by early menarche, late menopause. Both oral contraceptive pill consumption and hormonal therapy for menopause also enhance the risk of breast cancer. Each year, 40,000 women die of breast cancer, making it the second-leading cause of cancer deaths.

 

  • Pathophysiology of breast cancer
  • Diagnosis and staging
  • Environmental factors and breast cancer
  • Incidence and mortality
  • Heredity and risk factors

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