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Advanced breast cancer, also known as metastatic breast cancer or secondary breast cancer, means cancer that has spread from the breast to other areas of the body.
Atypical hyperplasia of the breast is a condition in which breast tissue enlarges and overgrows. In itself, atypical hyperplasia is benign but if you ...
Non-cancerous or benign breast lumps are common and develop for various reasons. The breast tissue changes every month because of fluctuations in horm...
Breast cancer is a malignant tumour that starts in the cells of the breast tissue.  The disease occurs almost entirely in women, but this can als...
Breast cancer survival rates have increased dramatically over the last few years.  However, sometimes breast cancer can recur, coming back in the...
Breast cysts are fluid-filled sacs that form within breast tissue. They are benign breast lumps that are common and harmless and often go away without...
What is cancer? Cancer is a disease of the body’s cells.  The human body is made up of many different types of cells and therefore cancer is...
Breast cancer is the most prevalent type of cancer in the world today, affecting approximately one in nine women in their lifetime. Treatment for...
A common condition in which small pieces of the womb lining (the endometrium) are found outside the womb. This could be in the fallopian tubes, ovaries, bladder, bowel, vagina or rectum.
Fibroids are fairly common and occur in about 30 to 40 per cent of all women. Since they are linked to the female hormone oestrogen, they usually deve...
Heavy periods, also known as menorrhagia, are the leading cause of discomfort among women of childbearing age in the UK. It is menstrual blood loss...
Breast cancer is overwhelmingly a woman’s disease but men can and do develop breast cancer. While 47,693 cases of breast cancer were diagnosed in ...
Mastitis is a condition in which the breast tissue becomes infected and is common in women who are breastfeeding. Mastitis occurs only rarely in pre- ...
The menopause is when a woman stops having periods and is no longer able to get pregnant naturally. Further information Read a fu...
Most women will experience some degree of painful periods, or menstrual cramps, during their lifetime. Although exact numbers are not known, some stud...
Nipple discharge is common in women of child-bearing age, even when they are not pregnant or breastfeeding. Although nipple discharge is rarely a sign...
Pagets disease of the breast, also known as Pagets disease of the nipple, is a rare type of breast cancer. As its name suggests, it affects the nipple...
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a common but serious disease that affects around 220,000 women in the UK each year. The disease is most likely to...
The most common breast development problems that women experience result in breasts that are too large or too small, or that have sizes and shapes that are not perceived as ‘normal’.
A prolapse occurs when the uterus, which is normally supported in its position in the abdomen by ligaments, muscles and fat pads, takes up a new, lowe...
Urinary incontinence is a condition that can affect people of all ages, shapes and sizes. Although a lot of women are affected because of damage to th...
What is cancer? Cancer is a disease of the body’s cells.  The human body is made up of many different types of cells and therefore cancer is...

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