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of Breast Cancer


Breast Cancer


Risk factors of breast cancer belongs in the field of epidemiology of breast cancer like other forms of cancer, is considered to result from multiple environmental and hereditary risk factors.

Although many epidemiological risk factors have been identified, the cause of any individual breast cancer is often unknowable. In other words, epidemiological research informs the patterns of breast cancer incidence across certain populations, but not in a given individual. Approximately 5% of new breast cancers are attributable to hereditary syndromes and well-established risk factors accounted for approximately 47% of cases.

 

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The risk of getting breast cancer increases with age. A woman who lives to age 90 has a lifetime risk of about 14.3%, or one in seven Despite the fact that they have a proportionately higher risk of breast cancer, there is a lack of significant research on the breast cancer experiences of older women. However, this is beginning to change as studies, such as one published recently in Critical Reviews in Oncology and Hematology, demonstrate that older breast cancer patients experience their illness in a significantly different manner than younger patients.

For instance when compared to their younger counterparts, depression was found to occur more often in older breast cancer patients whose advanced age exacerbated the effects of their illness and treatment and resulted in functional impairment. This difference in illness experience highlights the need for more research into the psychosocial support services available to geriatric breast cancer patients.

 

   
 
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