"There are many ways that people in the UAE - men and women, from all ages - can become involved with helping beat the scourge of breast cancer". Women with BRCA gene mutations have a greatly increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer. "Pink Caravan has arranged for a month-long programme of 15 corporate wellness days, 15 external activations and 18 vendor support initiatives with communities, entities and companies to spread awareness about the importance of undergoing screening", said Dr Sawsan Al Madhi, Director General of FoCP and Head of Pink Caravan's Medical and Awareness Committee. Every dollar raised helps save lives from breast cancer through early detection and prevention, innovative breast cancer research and patient support. Not only is it a whole food (as it contains similar health properties to both meats and vegetables and suitable for weight control), but it is also a largely cost effective way to manage your wellbeing. Most research on this topic applies to high-dose estrogen pills, which were more common in the past.
Since the number of breast cancers caused by a BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation are small compared to the total number of breast cancers, testing to determine if a woman has this mutation is not for everyone. The other fundamental part to keeping informed is by having annual medical check-ups with your doctor and asking to have a breast inspection done as well.
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"A woman diagnosed with Stage I breast cancer has an 88% chance of cure". Genetic testing is a complex issue and it is recommended a woman meet with a genetic counselor or breast specialist who conducts genetic testing to discuss whether or not a genetic test is right for them and whether or not the meet the criteria for a test. The positive news is that if breast cancer is diagnosed and treated early, the five-year survival rate is almost 99 percent. Talk to a health care professional about your risk.