"It is also important for men to understand the disease and encourage the women in their lives to attend regular screening and be aware of the symptoms of possible Breast Cancer".
He further pointed out that women should look out for signs such as a change in the breast size around the nipple, on the skin, bloody nipple discharge or sores.
On her part, wife of the Northern Regional Minister, Hajia Alima Saeed lamented the increasing rate of Breast Cancer cases in the region. He's raising money for breast cancer awareness.
Participants appeared before Judge Larnzy Carpenter to enter either a "guilty" or "not guilty" to supporting breast cancer awareness. "So they wanted me to wait six months and I just couldn't do it".More news: Rutgers football player 'plotted to murder two family members of a friend'
The Male Breast Cancer Coalition is a global organization that unites survivors of male breast cancer from around the world to share their journeys in the hopes of preventing other men from going through this disease alone.
That is why researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) are investigating a molecular diagnostic test to determine whether, after biopsy, someone is at high or low risk for actually developing malignant breast cancer, News Medical reports.
To study competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the Breast Cancer Therapeutics industry.
Dr. Nsaful, however, added that a Stage III to IV breast cancer is much lower with 22 to 72 per cent survival rate.More news: First look at Henry Cavill in The Witcher
The risk factor for breast cancer is being a woman and getting older.
In October, the month of the fight against breast cancer, a sea of pink ribbons becomes prominent around us.
She said that the project was initially started under the ministry of Health in 2009 with an allocation of Rs. 421 million; however in post devolution, in CDWP meeting held in 2012, the PC-1 of the project was revised to Rs. 225 million and was handed over to the recently-dissolved CADD ministry.
She said that Federal Breast Cancer Screening Centre should be made a role model and such centers be set up in different districts of Pakistan so that this lethal disease is eradicated at grass root level. Your health care professional may recommend that you begin screening earlier, get screened more frequently or get magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with your mammogram if you have a family history of the disease.More news: Human remains found at Vatican Embassy revive 1893 missing schoolgirl cold case
"Early detection is the best detection", said Peters. For anyone doing the math, over the last 25 years or so, 322,000 lives have been saved from breast cancer.