Though guidelines suggest screening starts at 50, researcher says it's premature to change them
Eight out of ten breast lumps turn out not to be cancer. Still, it’s important to get screened regularly and report any changes in your breasts to your doctor.
Early breast cancer usually doesn’t cause pain, and it often has no symptoms at all. But as the cancer grows, it can cause changes that you should be alert to. While these symptoms are much more common in women, men can experience them as well:
These symptoms may be caused by many other conditions than cancer. Nonetheless, it’s important to see your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms.
Find more information on breast cancer symptoms from our partner site by Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
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