Studies have shown that your risk for breast cancer is due to a combination of factors. The main factors that influence your risk include being a woman and getting older. Most breast cancers are found in women who are 50 years old or older. Some women will get breast cancer even without any other risk factors that they know of. Having a risk factor does not mean you will get the disease, and not all risk factors have the same effect.
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Breast Cancer Stages
Social determinants of breast cancer risk, stage, and survival
Breast cancer surgery is a key component of breast cancer treatment that involves removing the cancer with an operation. Breast cancer surgery may be used alone or in combination with other treatments, such as chemotherapy, hormone therapy, targeted therapy and radiation therapy. For people with a very high risk of breast cancer, breast cancer surgery may be an option to reduce the risk of future breast cancer. Which breast cancer operation is best for you depends on the size and stage of your cancer, your other treatment options, and your goals and preferences.
Risk of recurrence after surgery and additional treatments
What are the cancer risk reduction options for women who are at increased risk of breast cancer but not at the highest risk? Two kinds of surgery can be performed to reduce the risk of breast cancer in a woman who has never been diagnosed with breast cancer but is known to be at very high risk of the disease. The most common risk-reducing surgery is bilateral prophylactic mastectomy also called bilateral risk-reducing mastectomy. Bilateral prophylactic mastectomy may involve complete removal of both breasts, including the nipples total mastectomy , or it may involve removal of as much breast tissue as possible while leaving the nipples intact subcutaneous or nipple-sparing mastectomy. Subcutaneous mastectomies preserve the nipple and allow for more natural-looking breasts if a woman chooses to have breast reconstruction surgery afterward.
Researchers said women who skip even one scheduled mammography screening before a breast cancer diagnosis face a significantly higher risk of dying from the cancer. Breast cancer screening with mammography has helped reduce disease-related deaths by enabling detection of cancer at earlier, more treatable stages. Despite mammography's well-established effectiveness, many women don't participate in recommended screening examinations. They analyzed data from almost , women eligible for mammography screening in nine Swedish counties between and