If the lesion is pathologically removed by surgical margins larger than a millimeter, then in most cases mammary gland radiotherapy is recommended. If the lesion is hormone sensitive then it is recommended an additional tamoxifen treatment ...
Is a surgical operation during which a breast portion is moved so as to fill the empty space resulting from the excision of the lesion in this breast, in order to give the most elegant and aesthetically acceptable result. A necessary prereq...
No, as long as they have a safe origin and a prior breast control has been performed at any age.
No, as long as before any such any intervention a clinical control has preceded in order to check for any abnormal finding.
From studies carried out, it appears that women who have undergone more than 5 IVF treatments belong to high risk group.
The use of five or more years is possible to slightly increase the risk for breast cancer occurrence. The risk returns to normal levels five years after the stop of these medicines.
Studies on the issue have shown that women who use oral contraceptives for years belong to a group of a higher risk. Therefore, their use should be only on absolute indications.
Having children at an early age, early menarche and late menopause can be risk factors for breast cancer while breast-feeding is a protective function.
Yes, because it seems that poor nutrition and increased physical index may promote carcinogenesis.
Yes. All of the above, in combination or individually, are high risk factors for breast cancer occurrence and other malignancies.
No, nothing like that has been proven by any known research.
They might cause inflammation in the sweat glands of the armpit and irritation to the lymph nodes, but no malignancy.
There are special information centers for malignancies associated with inherited genes included in organized breast units into which, specialized biologists, geneticists and psychologists ensure the right choice of people to undergo gene te...
Mutations in some genes (BRCA1 & BRCA2) increase the risk of breast cancer occurrence by 70% and 65% of ovarian cancer development during lifetime.
Only 10% of all breast cancer cases are due to inherited causes. All other cases had no incident breast cancer in the family.
There is no way to avoid the development of breast cancer, but certainly there is a way of preventing it which is equally important. One needs to follow a regular laboratory control examination which is specific for each age and not to igno...