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breast cancer 

Breast cancer is the cancer of breast tissues that begins in the inner lining of ducts or the lobules that are responsible for supplying the milk to ducts and nipples. Cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body. A breast cancer that starts in the lobules is called lobular carcinoma and the breast cancer that starts from the ducts is called ductal. . . .+

Anti–Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Therapy (Anti VEGF Therapy) for Eye Disorders and Cancers

Anti–Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Therapy (Anti VEGF Therapy) for Eye Disorders and Cancers

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In 1989, the isolation and cloning of vascular endothelial growth factor-A was a milestone in understanding the formation of new blood vessels from the pre-existing vessels. The concept of angiogenesis then became clear. This major advancement laid foundations of improved treatments for certain cancers such as breast cancer.

Early Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer

Early Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer

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The first symptom of breast cancer that most women notice is a lump in their breast.However, most breast lumps are not cancerous. As many as 90% of them are non-cancerous. But it is important to check them at an early stage so as to prevent cancerous growths.

What is Breast Cancer (Female)?

What is Breast Cancer (Female)?

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Breast cancer is a malignant tumour that develops in the cells of the breasts. These cells may form a tumor that can be detected on an x-ray or found as a lump. These may start as small lumps but may grow overtime and begin to invade nearby tissues and organs.

Male Breast Cancer

Male Breast Cancer

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Breast cancer is generally thought of as a cancer that affects only women. This idea is however wrong. Men can also get it though it is rare in men. It develops in the small amount of breast tissue of men behind their nipples.

Causes of Breast Cancer (Breast Cancer Risk Factors)

Causes of Breast Cancer (Breast Cancer Risk Factors)

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When your doctor tells that you have breast cancer, the natural reaction is that you wonder what would have caused the disease. No one knows what the exact cause is. Doctors don’t know why one woman gets breast cancer while other does not. He or she cannot point to a particular confirmed cause. We only know that it is caused due to the damage to a cell's DNA.