Women's Health 2013

Be vigilant about breast health

By From page WH5 | July 31, 2013

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CHRISTINE CAMBRIDGE, MD, an OB/GYN, recommends women become more aware of their breast health. Courtesy photo

As you grow older, your chance of developing breast cancer increases. In fact, two-thirds of cases occur in women ages 55 and older. Still, younger women can develop the disease. According to Marshall OB/GYN physician Christine Cambridge, MD, “We’re keeping an eye on this. A recent study found that more women under 40 are being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer that has spread throughout the body.”

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