What is breast cancer, from the United States National Institutes of Health National Cancer Institute, click here.
Who gets breast cancer? The Centers for Diesease Control and Prevention (CDC) collects data about patients who have been diagnosed with breast cancer (morbidity) and those who have died from breast cancer (mortality). They have sorted their data into age, click here, and into categories they call white, black and Hispanic, click here.
Diet and exercise are the biggest preventers of cancer, or of any disease. Throw out the salt shaker and the sugar drinks and the deep fried chicken. Will that stop you getting breast cancer? Maybe not, but you will be healthier and more likely to survive longer the rigorous treatment after you have been diagnosed. Follow the food advice on the page about preventing and treating diabetes click here.
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