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By bringing awareness programmes to colleges and universities, young women could be taught early detection habits that may have many benefits later in life.29One of the most alarming features of these results was poor understanding of breast cancer risk factors. Family history was correctly identified by a fifth of the respondents (18.9%).
Breast cancer risk factors. Prz Menopauzalny 2015; 14: 196-202.
Breast cancer risk is linked with certain hereditary, reproductive and hormonal factors.12 It is known that age is an established breast cancer risk factor. It is stated that most cases of breast cancer and the mortalities resulting from breast cancer are observed among females aged 50 and over.13 In this study, it was determined that about one third of individuals with breast cancer were over the age 60 and the mean age was 51.85+-12.90 years.
The ATM gene is known to play a role in cells' response to DNA damage caused by ionizing radiation, another breast cancer risk factor.
Because the breast is particularly susceptible to carcinogen exposure up until the first full-term pregnancy, there may be an interaction between risk associated with age at first pregnancy, an established breast cancer risk factor, and risk associated with chemical exposure.
Age at first pregnancy isn't customarily considered a readily modifiable breast cancer risk factor. However, efforts are underway to develop chemoprevention regimens that mimic pregnancy hormonally.
Age at first pregnancy isn't customarily considered a readily modifiable breast cancer risk factor. But efforts are underway to develop chemoprevention regimens that mimic pregnancy hormonally.
The findings did not change when analyses controlled for known breast cancer risk factors or potential confounding factors such as race, socioeconomic status, obesity, physical activity, alcohol consumption, and other dietary factors.
Studies showed lower risk of breast cancer among immigrant Swedish women representing immense role of lifestyle in disease development.7 Breast cancer risk factors varied among premenopausal and postmenopausal Hispanic migrants as well.8 Therefore, it was required to evaluate all the possible risk factors for a better understanding of breast cancer aetiology.
Breast cancer risk factors in relation to estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor, and Ki67 expression in normal breast tissue.
"This is evidence of the fact that just as breast cancer risk factors for young women can differ from risk factors in older women, there are different types of breast cancer, and the risk factors for developing one type versus another can differ," said Hazel B.
All women must be educated about their breast cancer risk factors, address their barriers to breast cancer screening, and embrace the strategies necessary to prevent, detect, and treat breast cancer.
Breast cancer risk factors: A comparison between pre-menopausal and postmenopausal women.
There was no appreciable variation in hazard ratios by attained age or between strata of other breast cancer risk factors.
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