Al Khalij holds seminar on breast cancer screening

First Lady for AMH high tea

First Lady for AMH high tea

According to www.imtakingcharge.com, a resource for women diagnosed with breast cancer in college, women can develop breast cancer as early as age 15.

The number of women who will die from breast cancer each year in the United Kingdom is expected to rise within four years if adequate government action is not taken.

During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control wants to remind women of the importance of identifying breast cancer as early as possible. If you've never had breast cancer in your family, that doesn't mean you should neglect your breast exams or mammograms.

The screening at Mississauga Hospital runs all week.

At the age of 25 she was first diagnosed with stage 2 invasive breast cancer in the left breast.

Self-examination is one of the main things women should do to recognize the warning signs of breast cancer. Dr. Thompson is a two-time breast cancer survivor and after being treated the first time for the disease 34 years ago. "Just because one of your relatives had breast cancer does not mean you are absolutely fated to develop it", says the Johns Hopkins Medicine Breast Center.

Colleges Against Cancer is associated with the American Cancer Society and their fundraising goes toward patient support, cancer research, prevention education, and information detection and treatment. "These cancers are associated with somatic mutations in breast cells that are acquired during a person's lifetime, and they do not cluster in families".

"It's so encouraging that, thanks to decades of research progress and NHS investment, more women are surviving breast cancer than ever before".

In light of these findings, Breast Cancer Now has launched a dedicated #55000Reasons campaign calling on the UK Government to prioritise breast cancer in the forthcoming NHS long-term plan and ensure that related services get the funding they need.