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People at risk for Breast Cancer


     Women with the following conditions or characteristics are at a higher-than-average risk for developing breast cancer.

Women (comprise over 99 percent of cases; men comprise under one percent)

  • Increasing age

  • History of cancer in one breast

  • History of benign breast disease

  • Never giving birth or first pregnancy after 30

  • Family history (first-degree relative) of breast cancer (significant for premenopausal women)

  • Early onset of menstruation and late menopause

  • Possibly, long-term oral contraceptive use (although this is controversial)

  • High doses of ionizing radiation before age 35

  • History of cancer of the colon, thyroid, endometrium, or ovar

  • Diet high in animal fat, excessive alcohol consumption, and,possibly, obesity

  • Alterations in certain genes

  • Breast implants


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