Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is brought about by a hereditary transformation in the DNA of breast cancer cells. Breast cancer is a disease that happens when cells in breast tissue change (or transform) and continue repeating. These irregular cells typically group together to shape a tumor. Breast cancer cells, for the most part, begins in the milk-delivering organs of the breast (called lobules) or the cylinder molded channels that convey milk from the lobules to the areola. Less frequently, malignant growth starts in the greasy and sinewy connective tissue of the breast.

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