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I choose breast cancer

please look at attachments it has all the paper the professor gave me


my professor told me he wants examples and explain


is a oral presentation

1. causes of.....

2. clinical signs & symptoms of...

3. how to diagnosed.....

4. how to treated



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NicholasI
School: Boston College

hello, kindly find the attached completed document. Thank You.

Insert surname 1

Professor’s name
Student’s name

Course title

Date

Breast cancer

After a woman reaches puberty, the breast develops connective tissues, fat, tiny glands
that are responsible for producing milk, and many lobules. When the body cells multiply
uncontrollably, they cause cancer. Breast cancer mostly develops from the lobules that supply
the ducts with the milk or from the lining of the milk ducts. Cancer which develops from lobules
is called lobular carcinomas while the one which develops from the ducts is called ductal
carcinomas. For the male, less than 1% are affected by breast cancer which makes it less
common in them. This may cause the development of invasive breast cancer or non-invasive
breast cancer. Invasive breast cancer occurs when the cells breakout from the ducts and lobules
and attack the surrounding tissues. This increases the chances of spreading to the other parts of
the body. On the other hand, the non-invasive breast cancer occurs when it is still in its original
place and it has not spread to other parts.

Risk factor which might cause breast cancer

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Breast cancer develops in the breast tissue and it has been on the increase in the past
thirty years. One in eight women is affected by breast cancer during their lives. It also affects
men although fewer men are prone to breast cancer. Although no one knows the reason some
women get breast cancer, there are many risks which are involved. Age is one of the factors
which facilitate the growth of breast cancer. As the age rises, the risk of getting breast cancer
also increases. This makes the older people be more prone to breast cance...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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