Breast Cancer. By Shelby Palmer && Whitney Brosious. Sometimes, precancerous cells may be found within breast tissue. Regular healthy cells get mutated into cancer cells. They divide uncontrollably and quickly create many more or the same harmful cells.
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By Shelby Palmer && Whitney Brosious
Sometimes, precancerous cells may be found within breast tissue.
Regular healthy cells get mutated into cancer cells.
They divide uncontrollably and quickly create many more or the same harmful cells.
All of the mutated cells form together in the breast called a tumor, creating a lump in the breast.
Cancer cells are most likely to develop from either the ducts or the glands.
These tumors may be referred to as “invasive ductal carcinoma” or “invasive lobular carcinoma”.
The cells cannot do their real job, and cannot make new cells to the ones that die off.
These cancer cells grow more than normal cells.
These cells start to turn in to cancer cells, but they can be removed.
At telephase, the cells divide out of control, and they cannot regulate themselves as normal cells
This causes the formation of tumors.
Breast cancer cell
Scientist have proven that certain factors can lead to breast cancer.
Family History- If you inherited BRCA genes.
Age-As women get older, they get at more risk of being diagnosed with Breast Cancer. Teens can also get Breast Cancer.
Diet and lifestyle choices- Not enough exercise, people who have a non-healthy diet, and people who do drugs, increase their risks of getting breast cancer.
Source “www.thebreast cancer site.com”