Breast cancer is a common cancer seen in the women worldwide. It is a kind of cancer that develops in the breast from breast cells. Lump formation in breast cancer is started and found in milk ducts. It is also found to start in lobules. Depending upon the place of lumps it is named lobular carcinoma and ductal carcinoma. If there is any unusual lump formation seen in the breast, she must undergo further check-out soon.
Most cases of breast cancers are seen in the female in the world, while few are seen in the male.
There is normal cell multiplication cycle seen in the normal human being. Old cells are replacing through new cell by cell multiplication. Cancer is uncommon cell multiplication in organs. In cancer, cells are abnormally multiply and going on increasing desperately. There is lump formation of cells due to this uncontrollable cell division.
Lump formation is seen or felt by the patient. An area is became thickened. Pain in breast or armpits is felt. Skin tends to reddish. Pitting is also seen on the skin.
According to experts, there are many reasons of breast cancer, but eating habits and life style can also be included in this list. Though there is no particular reason found for breast cancer, according to experts, age and family history may play important role to develop such disease. Though through blood examination in such cases we have noticed that the breast cancers womens are mostly vitamin-D deficiency or insufficiency.
There is more other causes suspect to develop breast cancer. Percentage of the breast cancer is seen higher in the women having age more than 50. Though it is not hereditary gene disease, chances are more to develop breast cancer in the women whose close relative has passed through such disease. The woman who has more estrogen exposure period is also at more risk of breast cancer. Obese woman may contain higher level of estrogen that is one of the reasons of developing such disease.
By giving the treatment of vitamin-D witout supplements there are chances to recover from such diseases.
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