Approximately one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Annual mammograms are recommended for women 40 and older and for younger women with specific breast cancer risk factors.
Warning signs and symptoms for breast cancer can vary greatly. If you experience any changes in the breast, nipple or underarm, schedule an appointment with your doctor.
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