How Breast Cancer Spreads and Recurs ||Gyno Problems

How Breast Cancer Spreads and Recurs ||Gyno Problems

Breast cancer is frightening enough without the fear that it could travel to other parts of the body. Metastasis is the term for the spread of cancer. About 250000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer and roughly 40,000 will die from the disease each year. When breast cancer is diagnosed in the early stages, many women go on to live cancer-free lives.

Yet for others, the disease is metastatic at the time of diagnosis or later recurs.

It’s thought that metastatic disease is responsible for around 90 percent of the deaths related to breast cancer. How does breast cancer spread or recur?

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