Breast Cancer . Shirley Moncada Kelly Mentasti Ashlee Mehle Amber Isley. What is Breast Cancer?. Genetics and Breast Cancer. Genetic testing Mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes Lifetime risk for women with mutation is 82% Breast cancer and men with gene mutations
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Lump in auxiliary
Lump above collarbone
Noticing new nipple inversion
Thickening of breast
Changes in texture and puckeringSymptoms Include:
Carcinoma In Situ (non invasive)
Invasive cancerBenign vs. Malignant
Hormone therapy is the manipulation of the body’s hormones by blocking them from binding to protein receptors on cancer cells.
Recommended for patients whose breast tumors contain hormone receptor protein.
Drugs/Strategies used in hormone therapy:
Ovarian ablationHormone therapytreatment
A lumpectomy is the removal of the tumor from the breast. by blocking them from binding to protein receptors on cancer cells.
A mastectomy is the removal of the entire breast in which the tumor is located.Lumpectomy vs Mastectomytreatment