Breast-cancer death rate drops 40%, saving 322k lives, says study. Decline attributed to improved treatments and early detection. Mortality rates decreased for all racial and ethnic groups.

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A graph showing the estimated number of lives saved from breast cancer based on different mammogram recommendations.

A new  University of Colorado School of Medicine study estimates thousands of U.S. lives could be saved if mammograms* were done every year from age 40 to 84. A computer modeling to assess the three major mammogram recommendations was done: annual screening from age 40 to 84; annual screening at ages 45 to 54, then every […]

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Awareness about male breast cancer is crucial. Despite lower numbers compared to women, approximately 1,100-1,500 men die annually from this disease. Prioritizing health, diet, and exercise is essential for everyone's well-being.

RICHARD ROUNDTREE Actor “Wait, did he just say I had breast cancer? That word scared the beejeezus out of me! I couldn’t relate and I thought he was questioning my manhood because women die from this, not men…” “There are at least 1,100 to 1,500 men who die every year from breast cancer. Although that […]

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