breast cancer is a common malignant tumor in women. In many countries, the incidence of breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer in women. In China, breast cancer accounts for the top two women with malignant tumors. According to relevant information, the incidence of women in the population of 23/10 million. The majority of breast cancer occurred in 40 to 60 years old, or before and after menopause women, especially in the age of 45 to 49 years old and between the ages of 60 to the highest incidence. Although the etiology of breast cancer is multifaceted, but recently foreign experts found that the following four kinds of breast cancer.
breast dense and solid
, an epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control in the United States, studied 678 women over a period of 5 years, and has recently found that the risk of breast cancer increases with the increase in breast density. Therefore, especially some too solid breast lumps of women, should go to a doctor or do check, in order to detect anomalies, take appropriate preventive measures.
nipple discharge breast
non milk nipple discharge, the incidence rate of breast cancer increased with age, especially older (40 years old) women breast nipple discharge, especially bloody or serous discharge, the risk of breast cancer is greater. Regardless of the nature of the nipple discharge, should be alert to breast cancer.
pregnant women after abortion, the sudden termination of pregnancy, hormone levels in the body suddenly declined, forcing the development of a sudden cessation of growth of the breast, making the acinar smaller or even disappear, breast recovery. However, this recovery is usually not complete, easy to cause breast lumps and pain, and can induce breast disease, repeated breast lesions can become one of the important causes of breast cancer.
rarely breast fed or never breast
the correct breastfeeding after delivery of women to maintain the smooth flow of the breast, the role of prevention of breast cancer. On the contrary, the risk of breast cancer is greatly increased in women who have little or no lactation.
(Editor: Hu Jingyi)