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Breast Cancer How you will identify your breast is going to be cancerous?

Written by
Dr. Pradip Chauhan


Breast is an asset of women as a mark of beauty. Yet sometimes it annoys the women whenever it rushes in the form cancer.

Breast cancer is generally the disease of older age women who have not breast feed their babies. In the progressed stage it endangers the life.

But if some care is followed then many chest beauty can be saved. Letís see what we should know and follow as per expertsí advice.

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Breast cancer is commonly diagnosed using a "triple test" of

  • clinical breast examination (breast examination by a trained medical practitioner),
  • mammography, and
  • fine needle aspiration cytology.

Breast should be regularly examined by women herself as well yourly regular follow up of qualified medical practionares if suspection is there.

Breast cancer are identified in early stages by mammography, a type of radiological technique.

And fine needle aspiration cytology is a type of pathological technique for classification as well as diagnosis of the disease.


High numbers of the breast cancer can be reduced by just breast feeding your child.


Surgical treatment associated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy are available form treatment.

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