Size Matters

When the cancer is small, less than <1cm (pea sized) and has not spread, the patient’s 15 year survival exceeds 88%

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Time Matters

 Earlier Detection = Better Survival Rates

Finding it Matters – A significant number of women present with palpable breast cancer even with a normal mammogram within 1 year Am J. Surg 2010 Dec;200(6):712-7. Haakinson DJ, Stucky CC, Dueck AC, Gray RJ, Wasif N, Apsey HA, Pockaj B.

Practice Bulletin No 179 of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Breast Cancer Risk Assessment and Screening in Average-Risk Women

  • Approximately 50% of cases of breast cancer in women 50 years and older and 71% of cases of breast cancer in women younger than 50 years are detected by women themselves.

 Journal of Women’s Health, Self Detection Remains a key Method of Breast Cancer Detection for U.S. Women

  • Despite increased use of screening mammography, a large percentage of breast cancers are detected by the patients themselves. Patient-noted breast abnormalities should be carefully evaluated.

 You may get your yearly mammogram or thermogram and ultrasound, but there are still 364 days in the year that your breast tissue can change.

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“ Tumour size predicts long-term survival among women with lymph node-positive breast cancer ”

by S.A. Narod, 2012, Current Oncology, 19(5), 249-253.