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Breast cancer usually forms in the tubes that carry milk to the nipples and glands that make milk (lobules). Inheriting some genes will definitely contribute to the development of cancer in our bodies. Eating a healthy diet and avoiding smoking might help but it doesn’t mean that you’ll not contract cancer. Exercising decreases hormone levels and therefore the level of cancer risk lowers. Since breast tissue is not as exposed to estrogen when a woman is pregnant, breast-feeding, when her ovaries have been removed, and her periods started at age 14 (late menstruation), or have early menopause; the risks of cancer are less. Abortion, oral contraceptives, exposure to chemicals in the environment, and cholesterol-lowering drugs can increase the risk of getting breast cancer. Most prostate cancer and breast cancer patients report having hot flashes. Cancer patients may also experience sweats caused by fever, menopause, drugs or sweating disorders. Fever will most likely affect the older and the younger. Infections, tumors, reactions to drugs or blood transfusions will cause fever in cancer patients and also conditions such as central nervous system hemorrhage, stroke, and connective tissue disorders. Blockages of bladder, bowel or kidney will cause fever as well. Increasing fiver and reducing fat will definitely reduce the risk of contracting cancer. Fat raises estrogen levels which enhances tumor growth and makes cancer cells to grow. Saturated fat from red meat it’s also a risk together with processed and refined oils.

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