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Breast Cancer. Risk Factors. Finding Accurate Information/ Mythbusting. Breast Anatomy & Development. Breast & Body Familiarity. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500.

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Breast Cancer

Risk Factors

Finding

Accurate

Information/

Mythbusting

Breast Anatomy

&

Development

Breast & Body

Familiarity

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Breast Cancer is most common

in women from this age group.



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A factor that may raise your

chance of getting breast cancer.


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What is a risk factor?

(note: a risk factor does not

mean you will get the disease.)


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A form of breast cancer

treatment that uses a

combination of drugs to affect

breast cancer cells.



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Breast cancer that is passed down through a gene from one family member to another

only happens in this percentage of all new breast cancers.


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What is 5 – 10%? family member to another


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These two most common risk family member to another

factors are things that

cannot be changed.


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What are gender and age? family member to another


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Risk factors that can be changed. family member to another


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What are family member to another

“modifiable” risk factors?


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Teens are encouraged to family member to another

accumulate this amount of

physical activity within a day.


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What is 60 minutes? family member to another


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Canada's Food Guide family member to another

recommends having these often

as a meat alternative. 


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What are pulses/legumes? family member to another


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This dangerous habit can family member to another

increase a person’s risk of

developing breast cancer

among many other

health conditions.


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What is cigarette smoking? family member to another


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The more this is consumed family member to another

the greater one’s risk is for

developing breast cancer.


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What is alcohol? family member to another


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This commonly used family member to another

hygienic item has been

falsely reported to be the

“leading cause” of breast cancer.


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What is antiperspirant? family member to another


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This widely used family member to another

source of information can’t

always be trusted to provide

accurate information.


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What is the World Wide Web? family member to another


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This organization is responsible family member to another

for providing cancer detection,

care, prevention, research

and education for the

people of Manitoba.


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What is CancerCare Manitoba? family member to another


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Information or a belief family member to another

that is not based on evidence.


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What is a myth? family member to another


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This myth claimed that family member to another

these caused breast cancer in

women who wore them.


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What are under-wire bra’s? family member to another


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These slender tubes family member to another

carry breast milk to the nipple.


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What are ducts? family member to another


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During fetal development, family member to another

the breast develops on this line

which runs from

the armpit to the groin.


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What is the milk ridge? family member to another


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There is a large variation family member to another

of this between women.


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What is breast size? family member to another


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The colored area family member to another

around the nipple.


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What is the areola? family member to another


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Breast milk is family member to another

produced in this location.


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What are the lobules? family member to another


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Knowing what is normal family member to another

for your breasts

may help you detect these

if they occur.


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What are changes? family member to another


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Breasts that are lumpy, family member to another

are different in size,

have stretch marks

and hairy nipples.


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What are normal breasts? family member to another


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A new lump, family member to another

puckering of the skin,

changes in the nipple,

thickened or hard skin,

spontaneous, new or bloody

discharge from the nipple,

changes in size, shape or

color of the breast.


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What are some breast changes family member to another

I should see my doctor about?


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Teenagers and women family member to another

should get to know this

about their breasts.


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What is how your family member to another

breasts look and feel?

and/or

What is

normal for your breasts?


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Getting dressed, family member to another

looking in the mirror,

while in the bath or shower,

while standing up or lying down.


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What are some family member to another

ways/places/times to become

familiar with the look and feel

of your own breasts?


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