Breast cancer is a disease in which cells in the breast grow and multiply abnormally. This can happen if the genes in a cell that control cell growth no longer work properly. As a result, the cell divides uncontrollably and may form a tumor. You may be able to feel it as a lump under the skin, or you may not realize it's there at all until it's found on an imaging test, such as a mammogram (breast x-ray).
Swelling Of All or Part Of The Breast
Nipple Retraction (Turning Inward)
Skin Irritation or Dimpling
Redness, Scaliness or Thickening Of The Breast Of Nipple or Breast Skin
Breast Nipple Plain
Your risk for breast cancer rises as you get older. About 80 percent of breast cancers are found in women over age 40 — many of whom have no other known risk factors for the disease. Although you're two to three times more likely to get breast cancer if you have a strong family history of the disease, only 5 to 10 percent of breast cancers are inherited.
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