1 What is breast cancer?
Breast cancer is a malignant tumor that causes all women to smell. The diseased cells are mostly from the mammary epithelial tissue. Although the number of breast cancer cases that we are exposed to in our lives is mostly female, this does not mean that men are safe. Usually, we can find 1 man per 100 patients.
Compared with important organs such as the heart and liver, the lack of the breast seems to have little effect on the normal operation of life. In general, the effects of breast cancer in situ do not reach a fatal level. If cancer cells spread or migrate, they may have more serious consequences. However, with the deepening of screening and diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, the death rate of the disease is gradually decreasing.
2 causes of breast cancer in women
- Genetic causes
In general, if a woman’s mother has breast cancer, the woman’s incidence will be greater than that of the average person, and the onset time may be earlier than that of the second generation. If a woman’s close relatives have breast cancer, it has a similar effect, but it is smaller than the former. But breast cancer is not directly inherited by cancerous genes. The mother or sister’s illness does not mean that the woman must be sick.
- Menarche and menopause
According to the doctor’s experience, the condition of menarche and early menopause is more common in breast cancer patients. Women who have had menopause before the age of 12 and menopause after the age of 55 are more likely to have the disease. If there are similar symptoms, women need to take extra precautions.
- Unmarried and infertile
In general, doctors and experts recommend that women complete fertility work for their first child before the age of 30. On the one hand, the peak period of female physiology usually occurs before the age of 30, and then slowly declines. Breastfeeding is a natural process for women to self-immunize breast cancer. Fertility provides a repair opportunity for breast cells. Women who are not married or who are always on the go are naturally more likely to be breast cancer than other women.
- Lifestyle is not healthy
The lifestyles mentioned here include eating habits, work habits, dressing habits, exercise habits, and so on. Some white-collar women sit in the office for a long time, receive the radiation of the computer, do not exercise after going home from work, and even have the habit of smoking and drinking, this lifestyle naturally cannot resist the invasion of breast cancer.
- Excessive mental stress
With the progress of the times, the ladies actively realize their own value in society, but the endless pressure is endless. If you can’t decompress yourself in time, women are likely to suffer from constipation, insomnia, rough skin, and sallow complexion. These symptoms may be related to endocrine disorders caused by excessive mental stress. In fact, the breast is also unconsciously affected by endocrine disorders. In addition, the tight Brasure for a long time due to work also has a negative effect on the breast.
- Influenced by chemical substances
Some inferior, unqualified skin care products and cosmetics are likely to contain chemicals that are easily carcinogenic, and if used frequently, may induce breast cancer to become cancerous. In addition, the ingredients in the chemical products such as pesticides, air fragrances, and laundry dry cleaning agents on the fruits and vegetables need to be highlighted.
3 breast cancer patients are getting younger
The incidence of breast cancer is getting higher and higher, and the age of onset is getting younger and younger. There are many factors leading to breast cancer. According to the survey, breast cancer and hormone secretion disorders, fertility and lactation, fibrocystic breast disease, genetic factors, etc. Related to this, the incidence of breast cancer is significantly younger.
4 high-risk population of breast cancer
▲ Women who have had breast cancer or have a history of benign breast tumors, some chronic breast diseases (such as ductal epithelial dysplasia, papillomatosis, etc.);
▲ There is a family history of breast cancer if there is more than one family member of the immediate family who has had breast cancer;
▲ Women who are older than 30 years of age in the first pregnancy, do not breastfeed, and women who have never given birth;
▲ Eat too much animal fat, women who are overweight after menopause;
▲ women with menarche before the age of 12, or menopausal after the age of 55;
▲ women who have long-term use of estrogen to control menopausal symptoms or postpone menopause;
▲ In one breast cancer patient, the chance of cancer in the contralateral breast is 5-7 times higher than that in normal people.
5 methods for preventing breast cancer
★ Good sleep: A new study by Case Western Reserve University found that menopausal women who sleep less than 6 hours a night are twice as likely to have breast cancer as women with adequate sleep. Dr. Cheryl, the head of the new study, said that 7-8 hours of sleep per night can maintain normal body rhythm and help reduce the risk of cancer.
★ Weight loss: Obesity increases the risk of breast cancer recurrence by 30% and the risk of death by 50%. The researchers analyzed that adipose tissue increases estrogen levels in women and increases the risk of breast cancer. Fat also increases insulin levels that stimulate tumor growth.
★ Eating cauliflower: The incidence and recurrence rate of breast cancer in women who eat more cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, and other vegetables can be reduced by 62% and 35%, respectively. Vitamin C, carotenoids and polyphenols in this type of vegetable can play a key anti-cancer effect.
★ Drink less: The study found that two glasses of wine a day increased the risk of breast cancer by 21%, and frequent drinking also caused a 19% increase in the recurrence rate. Drinking alcohol increases estrogen levels in postmenopausal women and increases breast cancer risk.
★ Diligent activities: 10 to 19 hours of walking, planting, planting, and doing housework every week, the risk of breast cancer can be reduced by 30%.
6 Can breast cancer be treated? How to treat?
Breast cancer may be a sputum disease in the eyes of many women, eating away the lives of many female patients.
At present, stem cell therapy is the only way to treat advanced breast cancer, and the clinical application effect is very good. Stem cell therapy technology is a new technology for cancer treatment after surgery, radiotherapy, and chemotherapy. According to the potential of stem cells with undifferentiated and multi-directional differentiation, stem cell treatment has obvious effects, no toxic side effects, and zero risks of safety. New treatment mode.
7 stem cell therapy for breast cancer
Stem cell therapy for breast cancer is to inject healthy stem cells into the patient by intravenous injection. The initial stem cells need to be cultured under certain conditions, and the stem cells are injected into the human body to differentiate into a large number of healthy cytokines. These healthy cytokines can wake up. And replace those cancerous, damaged cells, and then these cytokines will go straight to the lesions of the breast, replace the cancerous, damaged cells, and restore normal body state.
8 stem cell therapy for breast cancer advantages
First, it can activate the body’s immune system, restore the body’s immune function, and permanently kill breast cancer cells;
Second, no toxic side effects;
Third, it can reconstruct and improve the body’s immunity to the whole body, comprehensively identify, search, and kill breast cancer cells, effectively preventing the recurrence and metastasis of breast cancer;
Fourth, it can improve the body’s immunity, and completely remove residual breast cancer cells and tiny metastatic lesions;
Fifth, it can effectively treat most solid breast cancers and eliminate breast cancer cells that are not sensitive to metastasis and chemotherapy.
Stem cell therapy for breast cancer treatment can help patients recover better as soon as possible, improve their own immunity, greatly improve the success rate of treatment, and obtain greater therapeutic effects.