More young Asian women are diagnosed with breast cancerShared by:
Despite advances in healthcare, breast cancer incidences in Asia are rising rapidly. The risk of developing the disease increases with age, but Asian women are being diagnosed at a younger age compared to their Western counterparts. "The peak age of breast cancer is about 10 years younger in Asia. There is also a suggestion that there may be a difference in the tumour biology of women diagnosed with breast cancer in Asian nations as compared to Western nations.
9 Oct 2016 - General