It’s a fact we often hear:Breast cancer is one of the most deadly diseases among women in the United States. Only lung cancer is more lethal. In 2011-the most recent year statistics were available-the American Cancer Society (ACS) estimated that 39,520 women would die from breast cancer.
For the same period, the ACS estimated a diagnosis of more than 230,000 new cases of breast cancer in the U.S. While these statistics are alarming and distressing, they don’t reflect a much more encouraging aspect of the battle against breast cancer: early detection. Finding breast cancer when it is in an early-and almost always a more treatable-stage can greatly increase a woman’s chance of survival and help to minimize the effect of the disease on her health and lifestyle.
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