Preventing Breast Cancer-A Review Article

Fateme Parooei 1 , Mahmood Anbari , Morteza Salarzaei* , Ali Jafari Khalilabadi
2017 Zenodo  
World Health Organization in 2011, cancer in Iran was reported to be 12% widespread and was recognized as the third most common cause of death. Gastric cancer, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer are the three common cancers in Iran respectively. Breast cancer is the first place cancer widespread among women. The average age of breast cancer diagnosis in the Western countries is 56 years and in Iran 45 years. New developments in the patients care with breast cancer have increased the overall
more » ... rvival rate of the patients in recent years. This increase in survival has doubled the importance of predictive factors of local recurrence and distant metastases of the disease. Methods: In this review article, the databases Medline, Cochrane, Science Direct, and Google Scholar were thoroughly searched to identify the Preventing Breast cancer. In this review, the papers published until early January 2017 that was conducted to study the relationship between the Preventing Breast cancers were selected. Results: American Cancer Association no longer recommends doing monthly BSE, and specialists believe that BSE has the minimum effect in diagnosing breast cancer. Breast masses are not necessarily abnormal, and for women who have menstrual cycle, breast masses appear and disappear. Discussion and conclusion: This technology makes it possible to see the internal structures of the breast. American Cancer Association suggests that women reaching the age of 40 have an annual mammography. Initial prevention in the form of changes in lifestyle, avoiding risk factors, and education and informing people through mass media like radio, TV, and newspapers in order to increase people's awareness of methods of breast cancer screening is suggested. Key words: Preventing, Breast cancer
doi:10.5281/zenodo.997177 fatcat:23gpavnsn5bj7oknpqoar2rnlq