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Breast Cancer is a disease formed by cancer cells that are malignant and have formed in the tissues of the breast. It is considered to be a, 'heterogenerous,' disease; it differs depending on the individual, as well as by the age of the person.

It also differs by the kinds of cells within the tumors themselves. No woman wants to hear this diagnosis from their doctor, but should you find yourself facing a diagnosis of Breast Cancer, understand that it doesn't always mean the end.

A diagnosis of Breast Cancer can be the beginning of learning how to obtain facts, knowledge, hope, and learning how to fight this disease. Breast Cancer is second only to lung cancer as a cause of death from cancer for women in America.

Citation: Disabled World News – Information on breast cancer including current treatment options and new discoveries for breast cancer cures.