Breast & Nipple Discharge , What Does This Mean?

December 4, 2016

For women who are not breastfeeding, coming across nipple discharge can be very alarming. However, if you do com across nipple discharge, there is no reason you should panic. Although nipple discharge can be serious, in most cases it is normal or due to a minor condition. If you are not nursing you should contact your doctor anytime, you notice breast discharge. Based on your symptoms and diagnostic test results, your…

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Stages of Breast Cancer

January 10, 2016

There are several different stages of breast cancer. After someone is diagnosed with cancer, medical doctors will perform a set of test to find out if cancer has spread from the particular location to the rest of the breast or other parts of the body. There are three different ways that cancer can spread inside the body. Cancer may spread from where it started to other regions of the body….

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Ovierview of What Causes Breast Cancer

December 23, 2015

The breast is consist of glands called lobules that produce milk, and the milk is carried through thin tubes called ducts that extend from the lobules, reaching the nipple. The breast also contains fat, connective tissue, lymph nodes and blood vessels. The most well-known type of breast cancer is ductal carcinoma. This form of cancer starts in the cells of the ducts. Although it can also begin in lobules cells…

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