The 8 Things Everyone Needs to Stop Believing About Breast Cancer
When we hear a woman has been diagnosed with cancer, most of us tend to assume the culprit is breast cancer. With the exception of skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women. BreastCancer.org estimates that 30 percent of cancers diagnosed in women in 2017 will be breast cancer.
Considering the sheer mass of information online regarding breast cancer, most women have heard myths associated with the disease. Separating the true from the false equips women with the facts necessary to reduce risk and to plan treatment if diagnosed.
To read the full article, click HERE
Written by David B. Samadi for The Observer
(Photo credit: Pixabay)