"No.1 Most common cancer in all women, regardless of ethnicity"
Every year, October marks the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and every year, we think that we may have heard all there is to hear about breast cancer.
We might get accustomed to seeing the familiar pink ribbons, or participating in the 5Ks, or raising money for the various fundraisers, but it's more important than ever to never get complacent about breast cancer. The disease is the No. 1 most common cancer in all women, regardless of ethnicity. And 11% of breast cancer cases are found in women under the age of 45, so this is cancer we should all be on the lookout for. Here are some of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer that you need to be aware of.