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Although there is no special 'anti-cancer' diet it is possible that diet and nutrition can play a role in reducing the risk of breast cancer in women.
Breast cancer is usually detected by women being 'breast aware' and getting any unusual changes or lumps checked by a doctor. Breast cancers are also detected through NHS breast screening programmes using mammograms.
If you are looking for more information about breast cancer, care and treatment, we can help. You don't have to do it alone. Use these resources to get more help, support, and additional information on living with breast cancer.
When a course of breast cancer treatment finishes, that's not the end of medical care. Regular follow-ups are important in the short and long-term.
Breast cancer treatment decisions will depend on how far the cancer has spread, the location of the tumour, the type of breast cancer, a women's general health and whether she's been through the menopause.
Learn more about breast cancer screening. Breast cancer responds to treatment best when it is detected early. For this reason you should be breast aware and get mammograms as recommended by your doctor.
Many people with cancer in the UK use some sort of complementary therapy during their illness.Can complementary treatments help with breast cancer?
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Breast cancer signs can be hard to notice during pregnancy because of all the other changes happening to the breasts.
If you are a breast cancer survivor, it is important that you know nutrition and exercise can play a key role in helping you regain optimum health.
Cancer Research UK says about 75% of women diagnosed with breast cancer put on weight during their treatment. This includes women who were a healthy weight before treatment.
No one should go through a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment alone. Support from family, friends and specialist charities is as important as the medical treatment itself. Learn more about getting support for breast cancer.
Breast cancer is relatively rare in younger women, that's why NHS breast screening invitations begin later in life.
Hormone replacement therapy, or HRT,is a treatment option for menopause symptoms. However, many women are concerned it may increase their risk of developing breast cancer.
Breast cancer recurrence means the cancer has come back some time after treatment.
A breast cancer diagnosis doesn’t just affect the person with cancer, and family and friends will be called on for support and may need to make adjustments.
A biopsy may be recommended to help diagnose breast cancer. Tissue and cells from a suspected tumour will be collected and sent to a laboratory for analysis.
Invasive breast cancer is the most common type of breast cancer in both women and men and accounts for about 90% of all breast cancers.
Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is the most common type of non-invasive breast cancer.
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Radiotherapy is a treatment option for breast cancer, using a controlled dose of radiation targeted to kill cancer cells. Radiotherapy usually begins after breast cancer surgery and chemotherapy.
Not all lumps found in breasts signal breast cancer. These are called benign breast lumps, and although they are not cancerous, they may still need medical attention.
Women with a family history of breast cancer account for 1 in 5 of all women with the disease.
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