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What is breast cancer
How breast cancer happens?
Source: breastcancer.org - a non-profit organisation, USA
June 26, 2004
A - Ducts
B - Lobules
C - Dilated section of duct to hold milk
D - Nipple
E - Fat
F - Pectoralis major muscle
G - Chest wall / rib cage
A - Normal duct cells
B - Basement membrance
C - Lumen (centre of duct)
The breast is a gland designed to make milk. The lobules in the breast make the milk, which then drains through
the ducts to the nipple
Like all parts of your body, the cells in your breasts usually grow and then rest in cycles. The periods of growth
and rest in each cell are controlled by genes in the cell's nucleus. The nucleus is like the control room of each
cell. When your genes are in good working order, they keep cell growth under control. But when your genes develop
an abnormality, they sometimes lose their ability to control the cycle of cell growth and rest.
Breast cancer is an uncontrolled growth of breast cells.
Breast cancer has the potential to break through normal breast tissue barriers and spread to other parts of the body.
While cancer is always caused by a genetic "abnormality" (a "mistake" in the genetic material), only 5-10% of breast
cancers are inherited from your mother or father. Instead, 90% of breast cancers are due to genetic abnormalities that
happen as a result of the aging process and life in general.
Next page - Who Gets Breat Cancer?
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