Tag: breast cancer
Do mammograms and early breast cancer detection really have an impact on save lives? Learn more in the following infographic by BestMedicalDegrees.com where you’ll discover if they hurt more than they help.
Looking at the statistics for breast cancer can be scary. This disease is the second leading cause of cancer related death in women, and it’s estimated that nearly 1 in every 8 women will develop breast cancer over their lifetimes. When you look at the big picture though, there are a lot of positives worth remembering.
This infographic helps to illustrate the various ways that different companies are creating awareness related to breast cancer and how they are contributing to the cause.
Did you know that the first recorded cases of breast cancer were made over 3,500 years ago? You might also be surprised to learn how Hippocrates, the father of Western Medicine, viewed this disease. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this year, the folks atAchieve Clinical Research wanted to take a look back at some of the most important breakthroughs that have been made over the history of breast cancer research.
Breast cancer is still a very real threat to human nowadays no matter how hard people have been trying to fight against it. Everyday, breast cancer affects life of thousands of women throughout the world. The following infographic by PromoCode4Share.com provides a list that may help keep you from developing breast cancer.
Cancer is the epidemic of modern times. One of the most common manifestations of this disease is breast cancer, which affects not only one in eight women, but also thousands of men in the United States as well. Early detection is the key to surviving breast cancer, so share this infographic to help people learn more about beating this deadly disease.
One out of every eight women develops breast cancer at some point of her life. This disease is the second leading cause of cancer death among women, but early detection and screening can save lives. The following infographic from Mount Sinai Medical Center provides everything you need to know about this deadly disease.