Risk Factors for Breast Cancer

Dr. Victor Guardiola, Medical Oncologist with Miami Cancer Institute,
talks about the most common breast cancer risk factors.

Those are: Getting older, genetic mutation, early menstrual period,
late or no pregnancy, starting menopause after age 55, not being
physically active, being overweight or obese after menopause and
having dense breast.

He also says any less than 5% of breast cancer cases will be diagnosed before the age of 40.

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