Breast Cancer can be treated.

Dallas, Texas
July 13, 2017 10:50pm CST
Melanoma breast cancer is a very common diagnosis and early detection is key to survival. When a woman is checked annually for breast cancer just as a basic precaution this is a good thing, because not getting checked can lead to it spreading into the lymph nodes and the earlier a woman can get evaluated, the better the chances at full recovery after the suspicious mass is removed. Don't become a statistic, see your health care professional and have an annual screening to be safe and be a survivor, rather than a statistic. God bless all the women of the world, and hopefully the statistics will go down eventually with more research into early prevention and treatment.
https://www.bcrfcure.org/breast-cancer-statistics?gclid=CjwKEAjwtJzLBRC7z43vr63nr3wSJABjJDgJ0JSRECpXW18-R5TqRdutRMVcMyCS4r6ShPB-6x35AhoCBVTw_wcB
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@Courtlynn (64336)
• United States
14 Jul
Sadly they say you don't get tested anymore til you're 40. And I'm only going on 25.
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• Dallas, Texas
14 Jul
I would look for other places to get tested. You may be able to find such a place. Good luck and the best of health for your life.
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@Courtlynn (64336)
• United States
14 Jul
@lookatdesktop nope been told many times from different places. They dont see it as something that needs to be done til 40. Also, rhats why we're supposed to do self exams.
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@vandana7 (63644)
• India
14 Jul
I agree but there is a way to check for lumps, right? At least that can be done on regular basis instead of going for mammograms.
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@just4him (113097)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
14 Jul
It's a good thing to do.
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• Dallas, Texas
15 Jul
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@Tracy04 (10527)
• Malaysia
16 Jul
Yup I heard about that too. It's said that onions and pineapples can fight cancer cells.
@kiran8 (15361)
• Mangalore, India
15 Jul
Even after it is detected if the cancer has not advanced it can be treated successfully. My cousin had to undergo mastectomy and take treatment so that t does not spread further. It has been 12 years now and she is leading an active normal life ..