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Being a woman is the number one risk factor for breast cancer, and the key to the battle against breast cancer is early detection.

It is crucial to perform regular breast self examinations and have yearly clinical breast exams by a physician. In order to detect cancer at an early stage, women without a family history of breast cancer should begin yearly mammograms by age forty.

Women who have a family history of breast cancer or display any breast symptoms such as lumps, masses, or discharge, should immediately consult a physician.

It is recommend that self breast examinations be performed monthly by all women with clinical breast examinations performed annually at by 40. Guidelines vary with personal history and lifestyle.

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Guide to Self Breast Examination
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Benign Breast Disease Treatment Guide
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