Audrina. Age: 25.
Worldwide, breast cancer is the most common invasive cancer in women. The most common form of cancer is non-invasive non-melanoma skin cancer ; non-invasive cancers are generally easily cured, cause very few deaths, and are routinely excluded from cancer statistics. Breast cancer comprises
Alianna. Age: 22.
Epidemiology of breast cancer
The current demographic trends indicate that breast cancer will pose an even greater public health concern in future for Pakistan. Details on the incidence, disease severity and mortality in respect of breast cancer are limited and without such data, therefore, future health policies or systems in respect of this disease cannot be strategically planned or implemented. The aim of this study was to examine past trends of age-specific breast cancer incidence rates —and to estimate the future volume of breast cancer cases in Karachi through the year Two statistical methods, namely the functional time series models and the log-linear regression model were used; additionally, their real forecasting efficacy in epidemic time series was also evaluated.
Raquel. Age: 29.
Breast cancer: women in 40s at risk
Leading specialists in breast cancer believe all women should undergo screening from the age of 40, instead of having to wait until they are 50, a Guardian investigation into the country's rising rates of the cancer has revealed. Gill Ross, clinical oncologist at the Royal Marsden cancer hospital in London and part of the Breakthrough Breast Cancer research centre, said: "I personally think women should be having breast awareness and screening at In France and Italy many women start having their breasts examined and have mammograms from Screening from the age of 40 would have to be carried out every year instead of every three years, because of the fast-growing nature of the tumours younger women tend to develop and because it is hard to pick up changes in the denser tissue of their breasts.
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