According to the National Cancer Institute, breast cancer involves a malignant tumor or mass that is sourced in cells of the ducts, lobules or other tissues of the breast. Although it is possible for men to develop this condition, an estimated 230,000 new cases of breast cancer in women are reported each year. Advancing technologies and other innovations in the medical field are helping experts get closer to a cure, but the diagnosis of a life-threatening ailment can still have devastating effects on a psychological level.
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