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Slide 1 - Early Detection Is Your Best Protection Breast Cancer
Slide 2 - Breast Cancer Statistics for Women A woman has a one in eight chance of developing breast cancer in her lifetime. Number one diagnosed cancer of women in the United States. Second leading cause of cancer death.
Slide 3 - http://www.uwex.edu/ces/pdande/evaluation/evallogicmodel.html Breast Cancer Statistics For North Dakota Women An average of 552 new cases of breast cancer annually. An average of 89 deaths caused by breast cancer each year. Source-North Dakota Statewide Cancer Registry
Slide 4 - Breast Cancer Statistics For North Dakota Men Men can develop breast cancer too, but it occurs less frequently. There were over 22 North Dakota men diagnosed with breast cancer from 2005 to 2009. One North Dakota male will die each year from breast cancer. Diagnosis and treatment may be delayed by men. Source-North Dakota Statewide Cancer Registry
Slide 5 - Are You at Risk? Risk factors include: Being a woman. Being older than 50 – the risk of breast cancer increases with age. Having a personal and/or family history of breast cancer. Genetic mutation of the genes BRCA 1 and 2. Taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for more than five years.
Slide 6 - Signs and Symptoms Changes in skin color and/or texture
Slide 7 - Signs and Symptoms Change in the size or shape of the breast
Slide 8 - Signs and Symptoms Change in the appearance of the nipple
Slide 9 - Signs and Symptoms Discharge from the nipple
Slide 10 - Signs and Symptoms Lump or thickening in the breast
Slide 11 - A change in your breast you see or feel does not mean it’s breast cancer. However, any change should be checked by a health care provider.
Slide 12 - Early Detection Is Your BEST PROTECTION If breast cancer is found and treated early, the five-year survival rate is 98 percent.
Slide 13 - The key to finding breast cancer is early detection. The key to early detection is screening.
Slide 14 - Clinical Breast Exam A clinical breast exam is when a health-care provider looks for and feels for any changes in your breasts.
Slide 15 - Mammogram A mammogram is important. A mammogram is an x-ray of the breast. It can detect breast cancer two to three years before a lump can be felt.
Slide 16 - Women’s Way may provide a way to pay for breast and cervical cancer screening for eligible women ages 40-64.
Slide 17 - Who is eligible for Women’s Way? Call 800.44 WOMEN (800.449.6636)
Slide 18 - Take Charge! Know your risks for breast cancer. Be aware of breast changes. Get screened. Early Detection Is Your Best Protection!
Slide 19 - Information Obtained From: National Cancer Institute North Dakota Statewide Cancer Registry North Dakota Department of Health, Division of Vital Records Women’s Way Program Slideshow Presentation Developed by the North Dakota Cancer Coalition
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