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Our increased understanding of breast cancer, coupled with earlier detection and tailored treatment approaches, have contributed to greater survival rates. Reduce your risk of developing breast cancer by discussing screening with your health care provider, enhancing your breast awareness through self-exams, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding or limiting alcohol intake. Immediately consult with your health care provider if you notice a lump or other changes in your breasts.
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