New study shows promise for targeting breast cancer metastasis

Professionals' sales administrator Claire Henderson managing director Chris Fyson and general manager Jessica Warren are excited to raise money as part of the business' breast cancer fundraising drive

Professionals' sales administrator Claire Henderson managing director Chris Fyson and general manager Jessica Warren are excited to raise money as part of the business' breast cancer fundraising drive

"I think until we go through something like this, we don't really realize the importance of it or still have that thought that it can't happen to me, especially being only 38 at the time", Gorbett said.

"They were shocked at how much it had spread within the two week scans, and for me, it was hard to watch her experience such a huge portion of her life", she said. However, radiation from mammograms use less radiation than chest X-rays and expose you to only about a tenth of the amount of radiation you are exposed to in nature. "I have that bus on my a- every day".

Professionals and experts from Cancer Treatment Centers of America will take part in a showcase of different educational events for breast cancer patients, caregivers and the community. "Waiving these waiting periods helps assure that women and men living with metastatic breast cancer have access to the support and medical care they deserve".

Speaking on the findings, Vishal Gupta, Co-founder & CEO of Momspresso said, "Our objective to conduct the first-of-its kind survey was empowering women with knowledge and fostering a conversation on breast cancer awareness and symptoms".

Doctors estimate that about five to ten percent of breast cancer is hereditary. The digital mammography sensor is also one of the best in the world.

"With over 3 million women battling breast cancer today, everywhere you turn there is a mother, daughter, sister, or friend who has been affected by breast cancer".

Focusing on the most common form of cancer in women that strikes women of all ages, National Breast Cancer Awareness is the ideal time to bring a greater awareness of this epidemic to the forefront. Stage 0 and 1 breast cancers have a survival rate of nearly 100 percent according to the American Cancer Society. So how do you get a screening mammogram?

"You don't realize when you're diagnosed that it is for life, however long that life is", she said.

Women can become familiar with their breast tissue by looking at and feeling their breasts.

"This affects so many people".

The exact cause of breast cancer is not known; however, studies have identified a number of risk factors associated with an increased risk of a woman developing breast cancer. While this research points out high awareness of breast cancer, it is the lack of action or the inertia that results into detecting breast cancer in its early stages. She has extensive experience in Emergency Care and Intensive Care.

80% of the respondents know that they need to get regular check-ups for breast cancer.

"It was ingrained in me that as a company we would always be able to help people when we could", Sorrentino added.

To those few out there who grumble that coloring October in pink represents one cheesy, tacky and overdone strategy to fight a serious disease, we say baloney.

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