Most people have been affected by cancer one way or another.
Whether that’s from suffering from cancer themselves or losing a close friend or family member to cancer.
It’s a terrible disease that will affect one in three people.
Cancer has killed millions each year, and the death toll throughout history is astonishingly high.
Thanks to medical advances, we’re getting closer to finding a cure for this once fatal condition.
The most common form of cancer is breast cancer.
It’s commonly developed in the mammary cells, or in the fat found in the lining of the milk ducts.
There’s numerous risk factors for developing breast cancer: lack of exercise, chronic alcohol consumption, hormone replacement therapy during menopause, radiation, pregnancy, old age, and family history.
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