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Health Promotion and Wellness Department hosting two cancer awareness events this month
11 October 2017, 12:26 | Rodolfo Wallace
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Ms. Patillo's breast cancer was detected after experiencing pain and insisting that physicians complete further tests to discover the root cause of pain. The events fund breast cancer research and free programs and services for patients and their families.
While the number of breast cancer diagnoses have decreased in the past 15 years, some 250,000 women and men will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2017. There is now no known cure for breast cancer, so early diagnosis is critical.
The American Cancer Society is one of many organizations working to increase awareness for Breast Cancer in the month of October. However, the most significant risk factors are being a woman and age. Our ambition is that by 2050 everyone who develops breast cancer will live - and live well. "It doesn't mean that every woman who learns of these study findings is going to choose not to have a bilateral mastectomy, but it is important to make sure that those who do choose that treatment course are fully informed". "There's been many that have been done that have led to using hormonal therapy in someone who was at high risk for cancer not just after they had already been diagnosed", said Turner.
Mr Balfour said: "Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in Scotland - unfortunately most people know of someone affected by this bad disease. It's so exciting to see this additional test go into clinical practice, as it's this more tailored method that will help us on our mission to protect future generations from breast cancer". They hope to improve the gene test to include more variants that contribute to breast cancer chances.
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Estimates say that North Korea exports about $3bn worth of goods each year - and the sanctions could eliminate $1bn of that trade. The UN expanded sanctions last month after the sixth and largest nuclear test made by North Korea.