The incidence of advanced breast cancer in younger women has been slowly but steadily increasing since 1970, according to findings that were recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Dr. Rebecca Johnson, medical director at Seattle Children’s Hospital said that the number of cases has tripled for metastatic breast cancer in women under the age of 40. While the number of advanced breast cancer is increasing, no such trend was found for diagnoses of earlier breast cancer in younger women. Johnson is uncertain of what’s driving the increase, as the study only looked at the number of […]Continue reading Breast Cancer Awareness a Must for Young Women
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