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Today we will be talking about breast cancer its awareness. The month of October is dedicated to educate women about breast cancer, symptoms, risk, prevention and how to cure it even if you have it.
The female breast is mostly made up of a collection of fat cells called adipose tissue. This tissue extends from the collarbone down to the underarm and across to the middle of the ribcage.
Lobes, Lobules, And Milk Ducts
A healthy female breast is made up of 12–20 sections called lobes. Each of these lobes is made up of many smaller lobules, the gland that produces milk in nursing women. Both the lobes and lobules are connected by milk ducts, which act as stems or tubes to carry the milk to the nipple. These breast structures are generally where the cancer begins to form. Read more on…NationalBreastCancerFoundation and MayoClinic
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