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Unknown signs and symptoms of Boobs cancer

               Unknown signs and symptoms of Boobs cancer



 Thank you all for joining us today for our online health series. We will be talking about the unknown signs and symptoms of huge boobs cancer.

If you have the signs and symptoms of boobs cancer and first I thought I'd start with some fast facts as you may or may not know boobs cancer is something that is very prevalent there.

 One out of every eight women will develop boobs cancer during her lifetime and it's estimated that this year we'll have over 200,000 new cases of boobs cancer.

So it is certainly something that we look for and want to make you aware of early detection methods, in addition, there are 63 thousand new cases of insight to cancer.


Early signs and symptoms of Boob cancer


 I'll go through a little bit of what in-situ cancer basically is a very very early huge boobs cancer which is really what we want to do is find boobs cancer when it's very early and very treatable.

Again boobs cancer treatment is much more successful as started early and when we find very early cancer it is very very treatable the five-year survival is as high as 97% and at this time there's all there are over 2.5 million huge boobs cancer survivors in the U.S.


risk of boobs cancer


The incidence in younger women so rare is something that we look at a little bit more today than we used to because we want to find out why and we also want to make sure that women who are younger are screening more.

 I think that boobs cancer is always thought to be a cancer of women as they age but we're finding this 5% of boobs cancers occur in women under the age of 40 so it is something that we want younger women to be aware of.

The presentation today will go over some ways that can help what we find in our clinical trial research is that younger women who are diagnosed have a higher incidence of the Bracha one and Bracha two genetic mutations.

Women who carry this gene mutation are at an increased risk for boobs and ovarian cancers so it is something we want to educate women.

Something we want to encourage screening actually men are not people who shouldn't ignore boobs cancer this can occur in men.

Boys and girls have an amount of breast tissue men, of course, have a little bit left breast tissue than women it's a rare disease less than 1% but it is something that if there seems to be a genetic link something that we educate men about screening.

Early detection there are basically four ways that I want to go over with you today how we can really help you in early detection and knowing about yourself and symptoms so that you can find a boobs cancer early the first is to know your risk and that really is something that you need to talk with your family.

Find out about their family health history who had what disease and at what age very good thing to jot down and then when you see your healthcare provider to share that information with him or her so that they can assess and give you your personal risk of boobs cancer very important risk factors are something you probably have heard about in the media there are many risk factors that you can control and some risk factors that you just can't control.

  I like to concentrate on those things that we have some control over the first being a high BMI or high body mass index we found that in postmenopausal women that weight gain or obesity seems to be a risk factor in our clinical trial research.

Something that again we can control a little bit it also sort of goes hand in hand with lack of exercise so in trying to keep your body mass index a little bit lower and increasing your exercise or to good healthy things that can not only help with your risk for boobs cancer but also of many other diseases.


Smoking will increase your risk of boobs cancer:


Smoking if you are a smoker or around someone who does smoke it probably is worth your while to try stop smoking program or eliminate the second-hand smoke that you're receiving what we found in clinical data is that drinking alcohol can have a risk for boobs cancer.

 The clinical trial data has shown us that more than two drinks in a day for women is something that seems to mildly increase their risk so just something to look at also to be cognizant of your risk and look at what type of extra hormones you might be ingesting whether they be birth control pills or in postmenopausal women postmenopausal hormone use so just some things to talk with your doctor about when you're assessing your risk with him or her, of course, there are some risk factors you really can't control.

 One of them is aging so as we get older our risk does get higher for all sorts of cancers boobs cancer included you have a little bit of higher risk if you've had a boobs cancer already which makes some sense and also we find in women who have very high very dense boobs.

 A lot of benign boob disease it just makes it a bit more difficult to see through that tissue so we do recommend some additional types of screening tools for women in that situation family history may or may not mean that you have a genetic link but it's something that your doctor can sit down with you and sort of analyzing and look at boobs cancer in your family is it on your mom's side or your dad's side.

Full screening of boobs cancer:

What specific type of cancers and at what age were those cancers diagnosed important data to kind of gather in your background and also to look if you are at a high risk of genetic counseling and genetic testing for a gene mutation the other thing we look at that in boobs cancer is again along with the thought of hormone.

If women have full-term pregnancies after the age of 30 or they tend not to breastfeed those early late and starting their periods a little bit early and ending their periods a little bit late all that hormonal history has something to do with hormonal cancers which boob cancer is one of we went over about your menstrual history, of course, you can't control that but it's just something to be aware of .

As you're looking at your risk factors race we do find that race has something to do with boob cancers a lot of our outreach in the community is around educating women because we have found that if we can educate about early detection and get women in for screening we have a much better outcome.

When you were young in your youth you had a high radiation exposure normally that is children who had a cancer and had to have radiation treatment or very frequent x-rays seem to have a higher risk for boob cancer as they age and also women who have an elevated blood estrogen seem to have a higher risk of what is cancer you probably have heard many different things about cancer but cancer is actually just caused by cells.

They don't know how to stop dividing they've been altered either from a genetic mutation or some type of outside factor that's been passed down and now has started to make that process activate and what happens is they multiply into hundreds and thousands of cells that cluster together and they form a lump or mass or a tumor but of course cancer doesn't appear overnight it takes many many years.

Our hope in early detection is that we find it at such an early stage before it has grown to a point where it's a little bit more difficult to treat that's why early detection is just so important so what causes cancer or boobs cancer specifically we do know in a low percentage of cancers five to ten percent depending on how we look at the genes it is a genetic mutation but the vast majority of boobs cancer is actually caused by something else that we can't quite put our finger on yet thank goodness.

 We have many many clinical trials looking at this and knowing that there are some controllable things that we can do and as we got closer to finding a cure for boob cancer we'll be able to enlighten you more but as we are right now we really want to focus on early detection and things that you can do healthy living things.

How to have a healthy immune system?

You can have a healthy immune system to battle a cancer if it was to develop here's a quick overview on how cancer affects the breast and not to go into a lot of detail but cancer in the breast either forms in the ducts or in the lobules that the little pockets that hold the milk in the boob.

So normally we'll see those changes within the boob there is a less common form of boob cancer called pageant's disease which can affect the nipple in terms of a scalene kind of irritation on the nipple area or a rila and rarely also is a form of cancer called inflammatory boob cancer which is actually a cancer that presents in the boob as a swollen red warm to touch boobs it has some pain associated with it.

We'll go into that role in a little bit so step number two is to really know what's normal for you and your norm is going to be something that you get used to by examining your boobs frequently there has been some change in guidelines as we've looked at clinical trial data to see what's important in terms of guidelines and basically we follow the American Cancer Society guidelines for boobs self-exam which say it's the option it's something that you should start near the 20s.

It's important to know what your boobs look and feel like so that you can report a change so if that means monthly for you if that's a good thing to check or if you do it less frequently just to be sure.

 I do encourage women though that after they've had their clinical exam by a healthcare provider they go home that night and assess their breast tissue because that will give you a pretty clear indication of but that's a normal field breast and again breasts are made up of it's just one big gland it's made up of these little lobules .

Some ducts that carry the milk to the end through the nipple it has a vast network of the lymphatic system and the lymphatic system drains into the lymph nodes and those are just like tiny little filters that remove toxins from the breasts and the surrounding area finding breast changes is something that can't always be felt.

It is important to kind of know you're normal and also know if you still have a monthly cycle that to examine your breasts at the end of your cycle I usually say we you know five days or so after your cycle when your hormones are kind of low and they're not so tender and full seems to be a good time if you're not having periods anymore just pick a day of the month that seems convenient if it's the first or the fifteenth when you pay your bills.

Whatever you're going to remember and keep in mind that it's not scary that even though you may have lots of lumps and bumps in your breast what's important is to first know what's normal and then you'll be able to pick an abnormality out of there and breast cancer is something that is is just out of the norm it does not feel like normal tissue.


symptoms of boobs cancer


It usually is sort of hard and not something that you felt before so you just want to report any abnormalities now what do you alert your healthcare provider to and I know this is a topic that probably you've heard over the years you've seen how to examine your boobs.

 I am wanting to encourage you that when you do your boobs self-exams that you're looking at things a little bit differently now than you may have before so when you examine your boobs a lot of times.

We were laying down and examining our boobs and then looking in the mirror and maybe examining in the shower when we're standing and those are all good way find something that's comfortable for you what I want you to alert your health care provider about is any kind of lump hard knot or thickening inside the boobs or all the way up to the armpit or axilla and all the way up to your clavicle anything that just feels different doesn't feel like the other side.

 I also want you to be aware of how your boobs looks if you look and compare both your boobs normally your left and your right boob are not going to be exactly the same so you kind of know that is your norm but if you notice an abnormal swelling a warmth to the boob in one area a redness or darkening of the boob that's something to take a little closer look at and alert your health care provider.





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