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1 in 8 Women in the U.S. Will Develop Breast Cancer in Their Lifetime

As high as 40% of survivors will have a recurrence.

Breast Cancer is a Threat to Women Worldwide.

According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), breast cancer makes up 25 percent of all new cancer diagnoses in women globally. Approximately 2 million new cases each year.

Key Facts

Risk Factors: being age 55 or older, family history, BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes mutation, dense breast tissue late-life menopause or starting menstruation at a young age

Primary Screening: Mammograms.  87% accurate in identifying breast cancer, but have a high false positive rate of nearly 12% for one test and 50-60% over ten tests.  False positives can lead to anxiety and unnecessary additional testing and expense.

Survival Rates:  Stage 1: 100%, Stage II: 93%, Stage III: 72% Stage IV: 22%

Early Detection is Key to Beating Cancer!

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